Frequently asked questions

Is this an official document?

The report you will generate after all answers in the questionnaire have been provided is not an official document. However, GDRPmeter is a perfect tool for initial verification how well your organisation is prepared for the GDPR requirements and what actions should be taken to implement GDPR in your organisation. This product is the beginning of raising awareness on data privacy in your organisation. As an entrepreneur you can learn what actions in your organisation can be taken in order to be in line with the GDPR requirements.

Can I share the contents of GDPRmeter products to third parties?

The materials available on the GDPRmeter.com website are original content and are protected under the Act of 4 February 1994 of the Republic of Poland on copyright and related rights, therefore it is forbidden to copy and distribute any materials made available on this website. Read the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy to learn more about the terms and conditions of using our portal.

How many times can I generate a report within one payment?

One payment allows for generating one report.

Can I save the data?

Yes, the data are saved automatically for one web browser session. Furthermore, after purchasing the full version of the service the data are saved regularly and you can always return to your answers using the link from the email.

Can I share the analysis of my answers with other people in my organisation?

Yes, you can save it in a PDF file or print it. If you want, you can also share with your employees the personalised link and the access code sent in the email.

What are critical issues?

If your organisation has not taken any steps yet to meet the requirements of the GDPR, which involve the risk of financial penalties, we have labelled them in your action plan as critical issues. Critical issues serve us to alert your organisation about the matters that need to be solved first.

What are basic issues?

If your organisation has already taken the first steps to meet the requirements of the GDPR, but at the same time did not meet all of its provisions, we have labelled these steps a basic issue. In this case, we will indicate what your organisation has already taken care of, what it forgot about and indicate what your organisation can do in order to try to adapt its personal data processing procedures to the requirements of the GDPR.

What are warnings?

Warnings in the action plan for your organisation are a signal to make sure and check whether your organisation has really taken care of the personal data processing in accordance with the GDPR.

How do we guarantee that the document is in line with the GDPR provisions?

The content contained in the GDPRmeter product is based on the provisions of the regulation adopted by the European Parliament and Council of the European Union (2016/679) of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (Data Protection Directive). Thanks to RODOmetr you will learn the requirements imposed by the GDPR. In each and every report we indicate which individual provisions are related to the provided information.