It is worth noting at the outset of this article that the meaning of ‘online form’ within this context includes an online survey, online petition or online questionnaire.
know why their personal information is being collected (and how it is being used);
know how their personal data is being processed;
ensure that their data is protected;
learn about their privacy rights and how to exercise them;
The identity and contact details of the organization;
The purpose of the data collection (what the data will be used for, on the understanding that the data collection must be justified by the service provided by the client);
The legal basis for processing this data (the GDPR provides for 6 bases: the consent of the data subjects, legal obligation, contractual obligation, public interest task, safeguarding vital interests and legitimate interest);
The compulsory or optional nature of the data collection, and the consequences if the data subject does not consent to providing his/her personal data;
The recipients of the data collected;
The duration of the data storage;
The rights of users (right of access to their data, right of rectification, right of erasure and right to data limitation);
The contact details of the organization’s data protection officer, if any, or the contact person for all questions relating to this subject;
A reminder of the user’s right to lodge a complaint with the authorities.
the category of data collected;
the source of the data collected.
You can access:
Our DPA here (in case of inspection by the regulator).
Our TOM / security measures.
Contact a specialist lawyer to assist you in drafting the document
Use the template proposed by Qomon (see below)
Qomon provides you with a model of a “GDPR type" information notice to be completed. This is provided as a support tool or guide, purely to operate as a template, the User being responsible for completing and modifying it as he/she deems appropriate in accordance with the regulations applicable to him/her.