This disclaimer applies to the entirety of the content of the websites "noties.consulting", “gdprstart.com”, and “riealeksandra.com”, and also to any interaction you may have (including customer relations) with the Norwegian registered corporation “Bedre Bedrift AS” with organization number “921 119 224 MVA” ("the Company", “we”, “us” or “our”), who is the owner of the aforementioned website domains.
For informational and educational purposes only - no legal advice
The Company is not a law firm, none of its employees or representatives have a legal background or are lawyers/attorneys and neither them or the company provide any legal advice.
No information provided by the Company, in any form, on the websites or otherwise, shall be understood or construed as legal advice.
Note that you, the visitor on our websites, or our customer, is fully responsible yourself to ensure that you’re compliant with any laws or regulations that apply to your business in your country, including the GDPR, and that you consult legal advice when you deem it necessary.
If you need legal advice, we recommend you consult with your lawyer.
A note from the founder, Rie Aleksandra Walle:
My aim with the GDPR is to make privacy more available to everyone, making the complex simpler, and help you deal with the requirements in a pragmatic, practical way.
All information and work we do, is from an organizational/project/process management perspective only. I will do my best to provide useful tips on how to deal with the GDPR, but it is your sole responsibility to ensure that your business if fully compliant.
Remember, the GDPR is nothing an external consultant, or a lawyer, can do for you.
Regardless of the size of your business, you, as the business owner, still need to understand the basics of the law, and ensure you do the right things for you. Privacy and data protection are matters for the Board and top management, not a tick-box compliance exercise.
A final tip: whenever you work with or want to learn about the GDPR, avoid random forum posts, blogs or Facebook discussions - and only rely on credible sources.
PS: I know that many feel that the GDPR is overwhelming, but keep in mind that the law is here to protect you, and your personal data. ;)