Amino Payments is GDPR compliant for all EU traffic subject to GDPR regulations.
Set to go into effect in May 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has the potential to reduce shady data practices that currently plague the online industry. As leaders in transparency, Amino Payments supports the European Union’s decision to enhance the protection of personal data for EU citizens by increasing obligations for organizations that collect or process personal data.
AMINO DOES NOT:
‣ Identify individual users
‣ Record personal identifiable info
‣ Track end users in any way
‣ Fingerprinting techniques
‣ Record HTTP referrers
These are the log fields Amino typically records for each request a client browser makes to our servers, followed by its classification of PII (personal identifiable information), and our steps to ensure GDPR compliance: