European Data Privacy Law (GDPR and UK GDPR)
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European privacy law that imposes significant requirements on any company or entity that handles, stores, collects, processes, uses, or analyzes any personal data of individuals located in the European Economic Area (EEA), and the United Kingdom (UK) has adopted a version of the GDPR to apply to personal data of individuals located in the UK. As used in this summary, the term "GDPR" refers collectively to the versions of that regulation adopted by the EEA and the UK. GDPR compliance requires a very detailed and business-specific analysis. Intermedia provides GDPR-related assurances regarding the services we provide. Intermedia strongly recommends that, if you have any questions regarding GDPR compliance for your own business, you seek the advice of your legal advisors.
International Data Transfer
California Data Privacy Law (CCPA)
Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a California data privacy law, imposes requirements on companies and entities that handle, store, collect, process, use or analyze personal data of residents located in California. Note that the CCPA provides exemptions from certain of its requirements for companies engaged in business-to-business commercial activities.
Intermedia is committed to complying with all applicable provisions of the CCPA with respect to the services we provide. Intermedia strongly recommends that, if you have any questions regarding CCPA compliance for your own business, you seek the advice of your legal advisors.