May 24, 2022
Take the GDPR, for example.GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It’s a set of rules the European Union began enforcing in 2018. Even if your biz is based in the United States, you need to comply with the GDPR if some of your site visitors come from any EU country. They don’t have to buy your products or services, just visit your site from time to time.
Other similar laws worldwide include:
And say you shell out for a premium or premium plus option thatdoescover all your legal bases. Is it actually worth it if you don’t regularly use their services? Probably not.