The processing of personal data must rely on a legal basis, which is often identified with the consent of the interested party. The GDPR dedicates Article 7 to this issue and places the Data Controller on the task of “proving that the data subject has given his or her consent to the processing”.
The contact with data subjects takes place using more and more different channels: email, website, telephone, app for mobile devices, and social media. Coordinating all touchpoints is complex, but essential. Blindata provides effective tools for the distribution of privacy notices, the collection and display of the consents given. Through the definition of multilingual and multi-version privacy notices, which can be easily integrated into the various touchpoints.
Blindata guarantees a controlled but at the same time flexible management.
One of the main problems related to the collection of consents is that these are often collected in a fragmented and unstructured way. Often they are represented through a given or denied consent flag but without bringing with them useful information to establish the origin, the modification date, the touchpoints involved, as well as the privacy notice shown to the user when collecting consent.
Distribute Privacy Notices
Distribute and manage privacy notices published on different touchpoint.
With the centralized register of consents of Blindata it is possible to centralize and standardize the collection of consents.
Ensure the certainty of the date and integrity of the information with OpenTimestamps blockchain notarization.
Integrate Blindata into your touchpoints to achieve a coherent and always up to date view of privacy notices and related consents.
With the centralized Consent Hub of Blindata it is possible to standardize the collection of consents with many advantages:
- a unique view of the Data Subject and its choices regarding the use of personal data.
- a history of consents over time for each Data Subject and for the purposes for which consent was given.
- a single precise structure in which to find information for auditing activities
- blockchain notarization for the certainty of the date and integrity of the information collected.