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FlyingRoadblock

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  1. Resurrecting this thread, cookie policy is not enough. Per GDPR you are the data controller and squarespace, being a SaaS, is the data processor. Some thoughts (I created a ticket at least two months ago but they never replied to it): Is there a document between you and squarespace describing what they will store and how it will be stored? This is important because squarespace is storing website data in their database. Per GDPR, processing must ensure security and protect against unauthorized or unlawful processing. Which personal data will be stored in the squarespace databases? All personal data processing should be fair and have legitimate reason GDPR has six types of Legitimate Purposes of processing personal data. You need to find which ones fit your case.
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