The GDPR enters into force EU-wide on May 25, 2018. The GDPR is a regulation of the European Union which improves and harmonizes the regulations on data protection across the EU. The GDPR requires companies to disclose in an open and transparent way how personal data is collected, stored, and used.

ThinkLABs has already implemented GDPR requirements. We have revised our privacy policy supplemented our clearly understandable instructions for end users published our list of subcontractors and created an Opt-Out option.



In the following, we would like to give you some recommendations for action. But we emphasize that this does not constitute legal advice and we take no responsibility for its correctness.

Our recommendations are not complete and will be updated from time to time. The information published here is only an excerpt of what we consider relevant to us. You are neither entitled to completeness of the data nor can we guarantee its legal content. For questions about the GDPR please visit for a very good source of information. Alternatively, please contact your data protection officer or an attorney, as we cannot nor are permitted to provide legal advise.