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GDPR Compliant Blog

Surviving the GDPR: Everything you need to know and do to make your blog GDPR compliant

Are you trying to figure out what the GDPR means for you as a blogger or struggling to get your blog compliant?


What if I told you can get your blog GDPR compliant in a matter of hours without much effort or financial investment?


Created by a lawyer specialised in EU law (LLB, LLM, PhD) and specifically designed for bloggers, this course shows you everything you need to know and do to make your blog fully GDPR compliant.


It comes with templates, checklists and an easy to follow step-by-step action plan to make your blog compliant in no time!


No more guesswork and headache.


Your compliance will be a walk in the park!




The GDPR started applying on 25 May 2018.

Are you freaking out about compliance?

You’re not alone!

Bloggers are going crazy trying to make their websites GDPR compliant.

But while most bloggers would like to make their blog GDPR compliant, not many know how to do it properly.

And that’s for good reason!

The GDPR is composed of 173 very long recitals and 99 quite complex articles. No GDPR provision is crystal clear and there are a lot of grey areas.

If you’re not familiar with the legal jargon of the EU institutions, the GDPR may sound terribly obscure and you can get overwhelmed pretty soon.

You may even consider ignoring the GDPR altogether.

But don’t make that mistake.

It could lead to irreparable consequences.

Having to deal with complaints, the risk of fines up to €20 M, and even the possibility to get sued!

Definitely not worth it!

I know the legal side of your blog may not be as glamorous and exciting as other aspects of your blogging life but if you don’t dot the i’s and cross the t’s on the legal requirements for your blog, you may end up not having a blog at all!

And sure, you may be tempted to brush it all off as scaremongering.

After all, who is going to fine a small blog for 20 million, right?

The GDPR is just for the big fish, right?

Well, you may not get a fine in the millions but hey, even a few thousand dollar fine may set you back massively or tank your blog for good.

It's not so much that some zealous EU officials will stumble upon your blog and fine you, it's more the fact that the GDPR gives YOUR users based in the EU the right to lodge a complaint against you with a supervisory authority and even the right to sue you!

And yes, in case you’re wondering, thanks to international law, bilateral cooperation agreements and the aid of local enforcement authorities, they can reach you even if you’re based outside of the EU.

It only takes one unhappy and pedantic user who feels violated in their right to privacy to get you into trouble.

Besides, everyone is updating their policies and making the required adjustments.

The GDPR is setting a new international standard.

If you don't conform, your users will notice.

Your blog will look like a second-class dodgy and spammy website.

You may lose your users' trust.

Your reputation may suffer.

You may even incur a loss of earnings and income if brands and providers will no longer want to partner with you or if your users won't buy directly from you or through your affiliate links due to your non-compliance.

Why would you want to risk all of that when you can get your blog GDPR compliant in a matter of hours!

You won’t have to get lost in hundreds of stiff legal provisions written in full-on legalese.

Just take this course and follow the easy action steps.

Without much effort, you will have your blog ready for GDPR in less than 48 hours.



Created by a lawyer and expert in EU law and specifically designed for bloggers, this course leaves aside all the legal mumbo-jumbo and guides you through your full compliance step-by-step.

It gives you an overview of all GDPR key provisions relevant to bloggers in PLAIN ENGLISH and provides you with examples, templates and checklists for each action you will need to take to ensure your full compliance.

Could you just do it on your own?

Could you just get free advice on the internet?

Maybe.

But you would need to spend so much time trying to figure out what the heck you need to do and making sure your sources are reliable.

There is so much conflicting advice on the GDPR across the internet and some of it is plain wrong.

You don’t want to go through the trouble of taking action and implementing stuff, only to find out later it was all wrong! You’re back to square one and still exposed to hefty fines.


Taking this course is a no-brainer. And at such an affordable price, it's quite a steal!


"The information on the new GDPR compliance laws have just been overwhelming to me. After about a month of research on how to become GDPR compliant, I was still struggling with fully understanding the rules. Hence investing in this course was simply a no brainer. I am so happy I took such action as the course did not disappoint. The combination between the use of templates and, the easy-to-read and easy-to-follow instructions helped me get through my blog’s policy creation process with much speed and ease. So thank you, thank you, and thank you, Lucrezia, for creating this course. The peace of mind this course has given me alone, has made purchasing your course one of the very best investments I have made for me and my blog".

Yanelin Ramos | MomAlwaysProvides.com

"I highly recommend this course. I was feeling a bit confused and overwhelmed about GDPR + my blog and when I found Lucrezia - a lawyer AND a blogger, it was like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders! In the GDPR Compliant Blog course, it has the exact steps WITH Privacy Policy template and opt-in form templates AND you can get straight to the good stuff (and implement within just a few hours!) Oh, and it is explained in a very easy to understand way. I highly (highly) recommend for any blogger!"

Rebekah Allan | RebekahAllan.com

"The GDPR has slid under my radar until the last minute so I was very relieved to find Lucrezia’s course and discover it covered so much content at such an affordable price. With her guidance and the fantastic templates I feel confident about getting my site and my email list compliant without a huge commitment of time or frustration".

Sharon Pegrum | SharonPegrum.com.au

Why should you take this course?


Peace of mind


Taking this course will give you peace of mind that your implementation is in line with the legal requirements under the GDPR.


No guesswork


This course will take all the guesswork out and save you tons of time that you can better spend writing your posts and growing your business.


Save money


It will save you money and headache. You can rely on professional legal expertise without having to hire a lawyer for hundreds of dollars an hour.

Please note that this course is meant for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Purchasing and taking this course does not create an attorney-client relationship and you are encouraged to consult with a lawyer should your circumstances require.


Evidence


It will give you evidence of the reasonable steps you take towards compliance required by the accountability principle of the GDPR. Under the GDPR, not only you need to comply, you’re also required to show that you took action to comply. Being able to demonstrate what you have done to comply will help mitigate any potential enforcement action. Enrolling in a course will show your good faith and will make it easier for you to take the steps you need to demonstrate.


Your own pace


This course will allow you to have everything in one place and learn and implement at your own pace. The GDPR introduces ongoing obligations that you need to uphold throughout your blogging life. You will be able to go back to the relevant lesson every time you receive a request from your users related to their rights under the GDPR in the future or in the unfortunate event a breach occurs.


No outsourcing


Under the GDPR, you have ongoing obligations and will have to act upon requests from your users throughout your blogging life. You need to know what the GDPR means for your blog and what you need to do in the event of a request from one of your users, of a breach or of a complaint brought against you before a supervisory authority. You will have to apply the GDPR provisions on a daily basis. Of course, you can delegate the little tasks to finalise your compliance but if you completely outsource your compliance to someone else, be it another blogger, a lawyer, an agency or a VA, you won’t know what to do. Besides being expensive (agency prices range between $200 and $2,000, lawyers' fees are even higher), outsourcing your compliance could get you into trouble.The only exception would be permanently appointing a qualified DPO (even where it’s not mandatory under the GDPR) but this option would cost you thousands of dollars and even then you would still be the only one personally liable for compliance. This course is a small investment for your peace of mind for years to come.


Future development


This course will keep you up to date with future legislative development without incurring further expenses. A new EU Regulation on privacy and cookies is expected to enter into force in 2019. This course is a living document and will be updated with the new regulation and any other future legal development on the subject. This course comes with lifetime access to its current and all future versions at no extra cost to you.

So, what are you waiting for? Enrol in the course and start working on your compliance today.

It will be a walk in the park!

"This course has been an absolute life saver. I was late to find out about the GDPR because I am a brand new blogger. I was thinking this is it, I have just started and there is no way I'm going to be able to figure this out as a new blogger. Lucrezia broke everything down and gave me a clear understanding of the exact steps I needed to take with my blog to make sure I was GDPR compliant and was able to continue with my own blogging journey. I am so happy I came across this amazing resource. It is worth every penny for the stress relief alone! You won't regret it".

Jade Bodzasy | ArtBizExpert.com

"This course is definitely worth taking! It has step by step instructions that are super simple to follow. It literally took me about 20 minutes to get my site to be GDPR compliant".

Kelly Marie | UniqueAndInspiring.com

"With new, more vigorous GDPR requirements looming, I decided to go through the GDPR Course being offered by Lucrezia of Tinylovebug.com and I’m so glad that I did. While I had a general concept of what was being called for, this course expanded that understanding. Thanks to Lucrezia breaking down the ‘legalese’ that goes along with the actual EU documents, I have a clearer idea now, of my duties and obligations as a blogger and at least a beginning comprehension of how to accomplish those. And for those who are beginners in the world of blogging, the information regarding which plugins will accomplish the necessary processes, including how to fill out the settings was extremely useful. I would highly recommend this course, with the easily understood information and language, as a must-do part of your education."

Debrah McCabe | AgelessAtSixty.com


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What's covered in the course?


Please note the class curriculum is subject to change and further modules or lessons may be added.


This course comes with an overview of the key GDPR provisions relevant to bloggers and a step-by-step action plan to make your blog fully GDPR compliant in less than 48 hours.

Each lesson is designed to be super easy to implement and each action step can be tackled in 15/30 minutes or less.

Each lesson has been kept short and to the point.

You don’t need to graduate in GDPR!

All the groundwork for interpreting the legislation and sorting what’s relevant and what’s not has been done so that you don’t have to.

This course is completely self-paced.

You can even jump straight to the action plan, follow the action steps to make your blog GDPR compliant and then go through the overview of the key provisions at a later time.

But please bear in mind that the first modules are still an integral part of the course and your compliance.

In fact, this course is not limited to the steps you need to make your blog GDPR compliant but it also includes instructions on how to uphold your ongoing obligations, how to act upon a request from one of your users or subscribers exercising their rights under the GDPR, and what to do in the unfortunate event of a breach.

It will also be updated with future legislative development such as, for example, the regulation on privacy and cookies expected to come into force in 2019.

You will have lifetime access to the current version of the course and all its future updates at no extra cost to you.

This course also comes with several amazing bonuses!!!


BONUSES


  1. Documentation Template
  2. Privacy Policy Template
  3. Terms of Service Template
  4. Cookie Pop-Up Template
  5. Sign-up Forms Templates
  6. Subscribers Re-validation Template
  7. Affiliate Disclosure Template
  8. Correspondence Re: Breach Template
  9. List of Supervisory Authorities
  10. List of Countries with Adequate Protection
  11. List of Compliant Providers



Who can take this course?


This course is for you if you’re a blogger and you either fly solo or have a small team.

It doesn’t matter where you’re based, this course is not country-focused and is suitable for bloggers based in the EU or in any other part of the world.

The lessons in this course can be applied by any blogger regardless of their niche or level of experience.

Whether you’re only starting out now or you’re a seasoned blogger, this course is for you.

No matter the volume of your traffic (10 or 100,000 page views a month), the size of your email list (0 or 10,000 subscribers) or the income you generate through your blog ($0 or $10,000 a month), this course is for you.

While this course applies to all niches, it’s particularly recommended to bloggers who blog about blogging, making money online and/or online marketing.

This is because bloggers in those niches not only need to comply with the GDPR on their own blog but they also need to keep the GDPR provisions in mind when blogging and offering advice to their audience on topics such as list building, email marketing, ads targeting and e-commerce.


This course is not for you if

  1. your website is very complex,
  2. you have a large team,
  3. you apply advanced e-commerce and marketing strategies and techniques, or
  4. you don’t have any users, visitors and subscribers from the EU (very unlikely).


In all other circumstances, grab this deal while it lasts!

Take your first step towards compliance, enrol now and get your blog GDPR compliant in 48 hours or less.

Protect your blog today, avoid steep fines tomorrow!

Your Instructor


Lucrezia Iapichino
Lucrezia Iapichino

My name is Lucrezia and I’m a blogger, lawyer and former EU law university lecturer.

I have studied (LLB, LLM, PhD in International and EU law), passed my bar exam in 2006 and worked in several countries including Italy, France, UK, Spain, The Netherlands, and Australia for the past 15 years.

I’m currently based in Melbourne.

Even the most knowledgeable bloggers may not be aware of all the legal requirements to run a blog legally. Lawyers can provide their legal expertise but they’re usually not familiar with blogging tools and online marketing strategies. Not to mention that teaching may not come natural to them.

I find myself in the unique position of being a blogger, a trained lawyer specialised in EU law and a former university lecturer with several years of teaching experience.


Frequently Asked Questions


Does this course come with templates?
Yes, this course comes with several templates including privacy policy template, terms of service template, cookie pop-up template, subscribers re-validation template. Please refer to the bonus section to see the full list.
I’m a new blogger, do I still need this course?
The GDPR applies to anyone based in the EU or processing personal data of individuals based in the EU, regardless of the size of their business or the date they started. Even if your blog is new, you don’t have much traffic or you’re not making any money blogging, you’re still required by law to comply and you’re liable if you don’t.
I’m based in Australia/US/India/Nigeria/etc., can I still take this course?
Yes, absolutely. This course is not country-focused. The GDPR applies around the world and the standards and legal requirements are the same regardless of the country you’re based in. So, as far as GDPR compliance is concerned, you are covered no matter where you’re from. As to national legislation outside the GDPR, I may sometimes note in each lesson if further requirements are required (e.g. under the CAN-SPAM or COPPA for US based bloggers, or under domestic Australian legislation for Australian based bloggers) but please be advised that I don’t cover the internal legislation of all individual countries. Domestic legislation falls outside the scope of any GDPR focused course.
I have a lifestyle blog, do I still need this course?
The GDPR applies to all niches and this course cater for all niches (lifestyle, food, travel, parenting, DYI, finance, fashion, just to name a few).
I don’t handle data of people based in the EU, do I still need this course?
Are you sure? You may not target an EU audience or you may not have any subscribers from the EU but are you sure you’re not getting any traffic from EU users and processing their data through Google Analytics? Are you sure no EU users leave comments on your blog? Are you sure you’re not displaying ads to EU users? Ask yourself this kind of questions. If the answer is NO to all of them and you’re 100% sure you don’t process any data of individuals based in the EU, then, no, you don’t need this course.
I don’t have any email list, do I still need this course?
The GDPR definition of personal data is quite broad and include, among others, name, email address, identification number, location data and online identifier. So, even if you don’t have an email list, you are still required to comply with the GDPR if you process personal data of EU based individuals via one or more of the following: contact forms, comment systems, Google Analytics or other analytics tools, plugins, cookies, e-commerce transactions, affiliate portals, membership areas, ads targeting, etc.
I’m not on WordPress.org, can I still take this course?
Yes, this course is not platform-specific. You can implement the lessons on any platform (WordPress.org, WordPress.com, Blogger, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, Joomla). However, bear in mind that in some lessons, I might recommend using some free plugins for self-hosted WordPress because it makes it easier and quicker. You may need to find the equivalent plugin or in-built feature for your platform, do it manually or via coding.
I’m not based in the EU, do I still need this course?
In addition to bloggers based in the EU, the GDPR also applies to bloggers outside the EU who offer goods or services to individuals in the EU, irrespective of whether a payment is required; and/or monitor their behaviour as far as their behaviour takes place within the EU. So, if you process or monitor data of individuals based in the EU, the GDPR applies to you regardless of where you’re based.
I don’t make money blogging, do I still need this course?
The GDPR applies to all bloggers based in the EU and all bloggers outside the EU who offer goods or services to individuals in the EU, irrespective of whether a payment is required; or the monitoring of their behaviour as far as their behaviour takes place within the EU. So, the GDPR applies to you even if you are not generating an income from your blog
I blog about blogging, do I still need this course?
While this course caters for all niches, it’s particularly recommended for bloggers who blog about blogging, making money online and/or online marketing. This is because bloggers in those niches not only need to comply with the GDPR on their own blog but they also need to keep the GDPR provisions in mind when blogging and offering advice to their audience on topics such as list building, email marketing and e-commerce.
How is the course content delivered?
This is a text-based course. Video lectures may be added in the future and if so, you will also have full unlimited access to the video lectures.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to the course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own. Since this course will be updated with future legislative development such as, for example, the regulation on privacy and cookies expected to come into force in 2019, the price may increase over time. You won’t have to pay for updates. After purchasing it, you will have lifetime access to the current version and all its future updates at no extra cost to you.
I have kids/I work full-time and I don’t have much time to work on my compliance, how long does it take to complete the course?
This course is completely self-paced. I know, life can get in the way! So, I kept each lesson short and to the point. You don’t need to graduate in GDPR! I have done all the groundwork for interpreting the legislation and sorting what’s relevant and what’s not so that you don’t have to. You can even jump straight to the action plan towards compliance, follow the action steps to make your blog GDPR compliant and then go through the overview of the key provisions at a later time. You can go through the course at your own pace, really. Each lesson is designed to be super easy to implement and each action step can be tackled in 15/30 minutes or less. You’d be able to complete all your action steps in a couple of hours or complete each step individually in 15-minute chunks of time. Whatever works best for you.
When does the course start and finish?
You will gain access to the content materials as soon as they're released. This course is completely self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish. This course addresses ongoing obligations and you will be able to go back to the relevant lesson every time you're requested to meet one of your obligations under the GDPR. This course is a living document and will be regularly updated with future legislative development at no extra cost to you.
Do you have an affiliate program?
Yes, and I offer a generous commission of 40% on the sale price. Please note that only bloggers who have taken this course can apply to become an affiliate. This is because I only want you to promote this course if you have taken it and genuinely loved it.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us at info@tinylovebug.com in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Class Curriculum


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