I still do get some questions about the data location and ownership.
For the EU businesses that want to be GDPR compliant, they need 100% guarantee that the data is stored in the EU and that they are 100% owner of this data.
So since a couple of years we (kinda) know there are Webflow dataservers in the EU, but they possibly also exist in the US as well. That should/might not be a problem, but as far as i know, there isn’t this 100% guarantee that the US could confiscate data (under rules in f.e. the US Privacy Shield).
Can someone tell me more about this? Is there a way to get this done, perhaps written in a new DPA between Webflow and the Webflow User/Designer? Or perhaps this could even be done on a per project/website basis? (select which websites need this).
Even though GDPR’s main aim is to take careful actions with data and processing and you need to be able to prove that you’re working carefully with (user)data, not per se that every inch/corner of (f.e.) your website is 100% ‘watertight’ - still some clients in the EU want this.
Hopefully someone can help me out with these final steps in getting/making Webflow the, possibly best, solution to have both awesome and GDPR compliant websites in the EU.