The General Data Protections Regulation (GDPR) is a ruling to protect the data of citizens within the EU. GDPR is intended to provide citizens with a greater level of control over their personal data. GDPR has implications for all citizens of the EU and businesses operating within the EU, regardless of physical location. If you offer goods or services to, or request personal information from, citizens of the EU, you will be subject to the penalties imposed by the GDPR. In addition, if you hold personal data of EU citizens then you can be held accountable under the GDPR.
c.) Edit in your specific personal or company details
d.) Save the new page and make sure it's set to Published.
Option 1: Contact Page
If you have a contact page, copy this text into it and edit as you need to:
Alternatively, here's the HTML version if you have trouble copying that.
Option 2: Footer
You can edit your footer's copyright line in the Settings area of Fabrik. Copy this HTML into your copyright line, wherever makes sense to you:
Note: This guide is available as a resource, but should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice. Per our Terms of Service, Fabrik doesn't provide advice or recommendations regarding laws applicable to your website or business.