With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation date fast approaching, companies operating in Europe are scrambling to clean up their internal data governance structure policies. But curiously absent in many discussions of GDPR compliance are company websites, often the primary interface for user data collection.

SecurePrivacy.AI, a GDPR compliance startup, last week launched a tool that allows users to scan any website to check its potential to incur GDPR scrutiny. Dan Storbaek, founder of SecurePrivacy.AI, put together the tool because of the lack of discussion about website compliance in GDPR discourse. “They might be missing that they have a lot of data on websites, and they have to get to work,” he said.

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