My bookselling enterprise went out of business as of December 2017.
While still in business my site used an order form for customers to request information,
products, and services. I requested visitor's contact information
(name, address, and email address) and financial information
(payment information to make purchases). Contact information from
the order form was used to ship orders to customers. The customer
contact information was used to contact the visitor when necessary.
Financial information that was collected was used to bill the
customer for products and services.
The web site had and still has security measures in place to protect the loss,
misuse and alteration of the information under my control. I used
128-bit SSL encryption to protect customer financial information.
On May 25, 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection
Regulation) of the European Union went into effect. Chrislands, my web host,
assures their users that the Chrislands V2 upgrade is GDPR compliant. I
currently use the V2 upgrade. Nevertheless, at this time, on account of the
stringent requirements of the GDPR and to avoid any confusion, I do not accept
orders from European Union citizens/residents and consequently I do not process
customer data From EU citizens/residents.