Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Updates to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use

MailChimp has updated its Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, effective May 23, 2018. These changes were made primarily in preparation for the EU's new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

With these updates, MailChimp reaffirms its commitment to safeguarding the personal data of our members, contacts, and anyone who visits our websites. MailChimp has three core privacy principles: accountability through awareness, empowering individuals, and protecting and safeguarding information. We embrace privacy by design, which means our teams actively design and build features with privacy considered alongside innovation and functionality.

Here are some highlights of the changes we've made:
  • We restructured our Privacy Policy to present three primary audience groups with the information that's most relevant to each. These groups are members (like yourself), your contacts, and website visitors. This policy will also inform these groups on how they can exercise their rights under the GDPR and control the use of their personal information through our services.
  • If you, or your use of MailChimp, are subject to EU data protection law (including the GDPR), we've updated your obligations when using MailChimp to reflect the new requirements under the GDPR.
  • We've reaffirmed MailChimp's commitment to the responsible collection, use, transfer, disclosure, and management of your personal information.
We encourage you to take the time to review our revised Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. By continuing to use MailChimp on or after May 23, 2018, you acknowledge our updated Privacy Policy and agree to our updated Terms of Use.

As our company grows and evolves, we'll continue to focus on strengthening and improving our privacy practices and tools, for the benefit of our members, contacts, and website visitors.

Thank you for using MailChimp.

– The MailChimp Legal Team
 
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Thursday, May 17, 2018

What’s new in MailChimp?

What's New in MailChimp

This Month's Freshest Features

Looking for tools that make your life easier? We've got some new stuff you'll like. This month, we're introducing contact management tools that make it a cinch to handle GDPR-related data requests.


Easily handle GDPR-related data requests with our new contact management tools

 

Use our updated contact management tools to quickly export and modify contacts' personal data upon request. How to manage your contacts

There's more where that came from:
  • Add a notification bar to landing pages.
    Highlight new products, share important announcements, or provide a cookie notification by adding a notification bar to your landing page. How to add a notification bar
  • Use your saved templates to create campaigns on mobile.
    When building campaigns in the mobile app, you can now access templates you've created on desktop so you can quickly design and send emails on the go. Download on iOS or Android
  • Send prebuilt product retargeting emails on mobile.
    Remind shoppers about the cool stuff they saw in your store and bring them back to buy. Find out how to set them up on iOS and Android
  • One list, many landing pages: Segment subscribers by signup source.
    Now people can submit their information on multiple landing pages even if they're already subscribed to your list. Each new submission will be added to their contact profile, so you can better segment and personalize your campaigns. See all your segmentation options
  • Use a built-in privacy badge for your landing page.
    Help users understand the terms of use for your landing page with a built-in privacy badge that links to MailChimp's Privacy Policy. How to add a privacy badge


In case you missed it: Get subscriber consent with GDPR-friendly forms

 

The GDPR is complicated, but complying doesn't have to be. In just a few clicks, you can create a signup form that helps you adhere to the GDPR. Learn more about our new form fields

What's New

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Are you ready for the GDPR?

Freddie

The tools you need to prepare for the GDPR

GDPR Announcement
The EU's new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation, goes into effect on May 25, 2018 and applies not only to EU-based organizations, but also to anyone who has customers or contacts in the EU.

We're excited to announce that new tools are available to make your GDPR preparations easier.
 
  • GDPR-friendly forms. In just a few clicks, you can set up a form that collects (and records) the consent you need from your contacts.
  • Improved contact management. The process of updating, exporting, and sharing a contact's data upon their request is now quicker and simpler.
  • An updated data processing agreement. We've certified to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework and the Swiss-U.S Privacy Shield Framework, so once you complete our new DPA and obtain appropriate consent, you can legally transfer contact data from the EU to MailChimp in the U.S.
Learn More About Our GDPR Tools
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