vNacelle Privacy Policy and GDPR Compliance

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On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect. Although the regulation is coming out of the European Union (EU), it has implications worldwide. This regulation is replacing the 1995 Data Protection Directive and is intended to protect individuals’ right to privacy. This regulation impacts your business if you collect, process, or store information regarding residents of the European Union – and this includes residents even if they are outside the EU.

vNacelle’s core focus is to only collect Personal Data for the following purposes and using the following services:

    • Analytics
      • Google Analytics and WordPress Stats
      • Personal Data: Cookies and Usage Data
    • Contacting the User
      • Mailing list or newsletter and Contact form
      • Personal Data: company name, email address, first name, last name and phone number
    • SPAM protection
      • Google reCAPTCHA
      • Personal Data: Cookies and Usage Data
    • User database management
      • Infusionsoft –
      • Personal Data: Cookies, email address, Usage Data and various types of Data as specified in the privacy policy of the service
    • Managing contacts and sending messages
      • Infusionsoft –
      • Personal Data: email address

So what does all this mean?

First, it means that vNacelle has already made a commitment to our clients and to those individuals from whom we collect data on their behalf. We work hard to ensure that an individual’s personally identifying information (PII) is kept private and that we meet all legal and compliance specifications when it comes to your data.

Second, it means that if you want to administer user data legally in the EU, you should educate yourself on the GDPR and only use processors who are GDPR-compliant and who abide by the Privacy Shield Framework for data transfers outside the EU.

Finally, it means that vNacelle is taking steps to ensure our readiness for the GDPR. We are improving data processes across our organization and in our data storage. We’re also working on forms that will allow you and your customers to make requests related to removing any personal data that might have been processed by us in relation to our websites and programs. We are accomplishing this by taking the following steps.

  1. Assessing our data processing and storage practices, and mapping our internal and external processes to identify areas impacted by the GDPR.
  2. Prioritizing and integrating a plan to meet GDPR requirements and updating our security and privacy policies accordingly.
  3. Developing Data Protection Agreements that can be utilized with any third party provider or subcontractor that works with us in the future.
  4. Making public web forms available for GDPR-related customer requests.

If you have additional questions or need more information on vNacelle’s GDPR compliance and privacy related information, please email us at

To learn more about the GDPR, to whom it applies, and what rights an individual has over their data you can go to the Official GDPR web site at

Contact information

    • vNacelle – Owner and Data Controller
    • 737 South Lemay Ave
    • Suite B4-204
    • Ft Collins, CO 80524
    • Owner contact email:


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