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Adherence to the principle of minimizing information collection helps brands avoid legal risks
The Personal Information Protection Law of the People's Republic of China came into effect on November 1, 2021. Our consumers are becoming more aware of their data privacy. We are well aware of the importance of data and personal information to customers. Protecting user privacy and ensuring the rights of personal information are the principles that Whale has always adhered to. Whale has always promised that it will continue to protect the use of related products or services in accordance with the requirements of laws and regulations and with reference to mature security standards and technical measures in the industry in the field of personal information protection.
On the data buried point, only changing one line of code in the buried point SDK can make your application comply with personal information protection laws, and increase user trust and product transparency.
When providing online and offline data services, Whale strictly complies with the legal standards of China, the United States and Europe, including the Data Security Law, the Personal Information Protection Law and GDPR to protect consumers’ personal privacy and data security, and ensure the reasonable and compliant use of relevant data by customers by taking strict security measures.
In early September 2021, Whale has passed the qualification review and publicity and officially joined the National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee. Meanwhile, Whale’s strict requirement in the information security field is also reflected in the qualification certification. Firstly, Whale has obtained ISO27001 security certification, and has passed important certifications such as network security penetration test and network security level testing.