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Greetings @SKendall ,
Then there is information on a policy you can add, here: https://www.godaddy.com/help/add-privacy-policy-to-my-website-27891
We also have some more information you might find useful.
Beyond that, as much as we'd like to be able to offer a "GDPR in a box" for all, it's just not practical. We are a technology company, not a legal firm, but it's my (our) hope that this information will assist your own legal counsel with protecting your site.
I really hope that helps,
Thomas D. - GoDaddy | Community Moderator
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A simple statement from Go Daddy as to what technically is collected and stored, and how it can be accessed, changed or removed for those who visit hosted sites is what is needed.
I have just completed an 18 month project for a large insurer based in the USA with 14 countries in Europe. My role was to work with our Lawyers and the countries Third Parties to ensure we were GDPR compliant. What is needed here (for all Go Daddy EU customers) is a simple technical statement of what Go Daddy collects and stores and how it is managed for people who 'visit' the sites you host. This should not be difficult. I am happy to discuss this further off line if it would help.
Hi @SKendall. I just wanted to let you know that I am working with our privacy team to try to get answers to your questions. I will follow up once I have more information for you.
Hi @SKendall. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. If you haven't already seen, we did add some additional information to this article. Please see the links for GoCentral near the bottom. That should hopfully address any additional questions you had.