In addition to the updated texts, we’ve now added a Data Processing Agreement (DPA), which is also integrated in to our Terms of Service and acts as a written agreement between us and your organization for the processing of your customer’s data.
Nothing is changing about your events and how your information or that of your customers is being processed.
- You are still the sole owner of the data gathered through the service, we don’t share info about your customers ever and we don’t market to them in any way!
- By creating your registration form you set what customer data will be collected, nothing more, nothing less.
- All data is only processed for the purpose of the service we provide to you.
- You can export, delete data at any moment, it’s yours after all!
As a data processor for you, we are dedicated to providing a top of the line service that always complies with data laws and respects the user’s privacy. As a controller you are equally responsible for handling your customer’s data lawfully and according to all regulations, so make sure you are familiar and fully compliant with the GDPR!
You will be deemed to have agreed to these amended terms through your continued use of Weemss’ services.
Your customers and Weemss
In Weemss you can add a Terms of Service notice directly on your registration form through the Waiver field in Event settings > Registration form, where you can paste and format your terms as you wish. Make it a Required field!
Your Terms of Service should inform customers registering for your events that:
- Weemss collects and processes their data lawfully, only for the purpose of the service we provide to both them and you.
- Their name and email is also processed by our sub-processors, again solely for the purpose of delivering a quality service. These sub-processors are listed in the DPA so you should put them in your own Terms of Service alongside Weemss and any other companies processing data on your behalf.
You can add multiple Waiver fields for any additional opt-ins. For example, add a waiver asking the customer’s agreement to receiving promotional and special offer emails from you.
Protecting your privacy