General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union regulation governing data privacy, which places new requirements on individuals and businesses offering services both within and into the EU. The aim of the GDPR is to harmonise the existing patchwork of data privacy laws currently in place across most of Europe, including the 28 member countries of the EU and the 3 additional member countries of the European Economic Area (EEA).

The GDPR went into effect on 25 May 2018, and gives individuals in the EU more transparency, rights, and control around the way their information is used. It also provides rights for data deletion, access, and portability.

How about on ARTNINA?

Safeguarding the privacy of our customers has always been core to how we do things here at Here's a summary of the changes we've made:

1.More transparency around how personal information is used.

2.We’ve revised our Privacy Policy and Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy  to provide more details about how we collect, use, and safeguard your personal information and the additional rights that this regulation offers you.

3.We've updated privacy features and options for EU members, giving more control over how personal information is used for marketing, advertising, and tracking on

4.We have determined that the best file format across locations for data portability is JSON, which is one of the primary standards for open data formats.  You can open JSON files in applications like Microsoft Excel or Firefox.

5.We’ll continue to review and update site features to address privacy requirements such as GDPR to give you more control over your information, as well as transparency into’s privacy practices.

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