Are You Prepared for the GDPR? [Quiz]

The General Data Protection Regulation has changed the way organizations process personal data. Test yourself here to prove your digital marketing skills—agency and in-house marketers alike need to know this!


The GDPR is a complicated piece of legislation. As a Digital Marketer, you need to be prepared to answer questions and implement change. Use our GDPR Quiz to learn about the GDPR, data privacy and your Digital Marketing programs. Let's get started!

WordPress has included a Privacy Page option under the Settings menu. What does it do?
It displays data access requests from users with a tool to export it anonymously.
It creates a template for your privacy policy so that you don't need to design one from scratch.
It publishes the contact details of your organization's Data Protection Officer.
It publishes the contact details of your organization's Data Protection Officer and links visitors to the GDPR legislation page for transparency.

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What's the difference between controllers and processors?
The controller collects personal data and the processor processes it.
The controller is a financial officer and the processor is a core computer component.
The controller handles all data housing and transfers, while the processor categorizes that information for marketing platforms.
The controller collects data and the processor categorizes it, but they are always the same entity.

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How many opt-ins do you need to create in your funnels to comply with GDPR?
Just one, as long as the process is informative and clear.
Two: once to download the lead magnet, and another to confirm the email address.
Three: once to download the lead magnet, another to confirm the email address, and another to confirm continued subscription to your list.
None, if you don't operate in Europe.

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Does GDPR apply to your company if you're outside of the European Economic Area (EEA)?
Yes, if you process information of citizens from this area.
No, it only applies to companies operating in the EEA.
No, it only applies to companies in the European Union.
Yes, since the UN passed it.

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How does the Data Protection Officer mechanism work?
Every organization needs a Data Protection Officer, but this can be shared between affiliated departments or organizations.
Every organization needs an equivalent position.
Every organization needs its own Data Protection Officer on site.
Your organization needs a Data Protection Officer with no other titles so that data subjects aren't confused about who to contact.

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Data subjects have rights. Pick the one that doesn't belong:
The Right to Obfuscate
The Right of Data Portability
The Right to Object
The Right to Rectification

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What's the best way to prove that your organization obtains consent from individuals to process their information?
Use marketing platforms that record all relevant actions in a CRM.
Keep it saved on in customer database. No one can take it away from you.
Trick question, but nice try.
Keep customer records in a spreadsheet, because you own that document.

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If you run an advertising campaign on Facebook, then which titles would you and Facebook have?
My organization would be the controller and Facebook would be the processor.
Facebook would be the controller and my organization would be the processor.
Facebook and my organization would both be controllers, but only Facebook would be the processor.
Facebook would be both the controller and the processor, since it acquires and transfers all of the data.

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Organizations need to divulge details about processing data to subjects of that data upon acquiring a lead. Choose the answer that doesn't belong:
How many times to date the organization has processed the data subject's information.
Contact details for the controller's Data Protection Officer
The people and organizations who will receive the data.
The subject's right to make inquiries and objections to the data.

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When does your organization need to inform data subjects about their rights and your own privacy policy?
The first time you process the subject's information.
Every time you process the subject's information.
When you alter your privacy or data policy and it affects the data subject.
You don't if you have an accessible privacy policy on your website.

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