I’ve checked the various links, articles and posts about GDPR compliance and have not been able to find the answer to my questions.
- What is the retention policy on that data? Does it stay stored “forever” until I delete the corresponding answer from my survey? Or is there some sort of timed automation that eventually removes that data?
I’m imaging that the answer to question 1 “could look” something like this:
We use Typeform to conduct surveys. In addition to the survey form, the following data may be collected:
- Browser cookies (e.g. to exclude repeated participation
- Date and time stamps
- Time taken to process a survey page
Typform also processes log data. When you interact with a Typeform survey, your browser transmits data, as it does every time you call up a website, which is stored in secure log files for the purpose of detecting errors and rectifying them:
- Website/address accessed
- Date and time of access
- IP address of the user
- HTTP status code
- Amount of data retrieved
- Browser type and version / operating system used
Where can I get the official information to fill out those bullet points? (And, as a reminder, also need info on Question 2, retention of that data.)
Thanks in advance!
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