What is The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

Overview of The General Data Protection Regulation:

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy. It also includes the European Economic Area (EEA). It was implemented on 25th May, 2018. You can find further information at gdpr.eu


What data does Uni collect?

All information in regards to the data Uni collects and how we use it can be found in our Privacy Policy at https://uniregistry.com/legal/privacy-policy. Our Privacy Policy explains how we take care of your personal data.


I want to make a request for my account/data to be deleted:

At Uni we take privacy seriously. You can send us your request by emailing us at Privacy@Uniregistry.com. We advise that the request is sent from the email address that you signed up for an account*. If your request is for the 'right to be forgotten' Under Article 17 of GDPR, we will fulfill it within 30 days. 

*Please note: We must be able to identify an account in order to proceed. If you contact us from a different email address to the one you set up your account with, we may require further information from you or be unable to process your request. 


I want to make a request for something other than my account/data to be deleted under GDPR:

You can send your request to Privacy@Uniregistry.com and we will be happy to help. Your message will be responded to within 10 working days.


A website where Uniregistry is the domain registrar is not abiding by GDPR, what can I do?

Uniregistry does not provide hosting services and is no way related to the content displayed on a domain. You can contact Abuse@Uniregistry.com and the abuse team will forward your response onto the registrant or you can find the registrants' data (where applicable) by visiting Uniregistry.com/whois and entering the domain name. Send your request to the ‘Registrant Email’. In addition, you can contact the hosting company and submit a complaint.


As Uniregistry has an office in Manchester, United Kingdom (UK) we may liaise with The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) who is the independent regulatory office in charge of upholding information rights in the UK. You can find your local regulator in your jurisdiction by using a search engine. 


For further information on our other policies and legal documentation, you can find them at https://uniregistry.com/legal

All information is correct at the time this article was written on 4th June 2020.

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