Classcraft and GDPR

Classcraft complies with the new EU regulation on data protection

Starting May 24, 2018, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will enforce new rules regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information for citizens of the European Union.

The European Commission has ruled that commercial entities in Canada have adequacy under the GDPR, or already provide adequate data security. For an updated listing of countries where data security is considered adequate, please visit the European Commission’s website.

Classcraft only conducts business with third-party data processors in the United States that are certified under the Privacy Shield Framework, which ensures compliance with EU data protection requirements so that personal data stays secure and respected.

For more details on how Classcraft handles user information, please consult our Privacy Policy.

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