GDPR gives individuals more control over their personal data provided to companies operating in the European Union (EU), wherever they are based.
As a provider of Wi-Fi services, you must get users’ explicit consent on exactly how you will use their personal data. Upon request, you must also give any user transparent access to view and correct their personal data. One of the most important rights is the right to be forgotten. Upon request, you must delete all personal data, including the ones you may have in backups. You must also be able to provide users with their personal data exported in a machine-readable format.
You must execute these user requests within 30 days. However, Aptilo has taken the stand that you are better off as a business if you can give your users transparent and immediate access. This is why we have built the consent and personal data management features described in the other sections on this page.