We’re committed to open, transparent communications that put our users first. As we continue to expand our product offerings, we’ve also updated our Terms of Service, including our Privacy Policy, with modifications that include:
Revisions to address the requirements of the European Union’s new Platform to Business (“P2B”) Regulation for merchants to whom it applies;

Additions and clarifications to our Privacy Policy regarding the information that we collect and use;

Explaining the kinds of customizations to the checkout environment that could result in you becoming responsible for your own PCI compliance;

Removal of terms that no longer apply; and
Clerical and organisational revisions.

In addition, we will soon add the following third-party subprocessor to our data processors

We encourage you to read the full Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and view our list of third-party sub-processors. If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center or contact our support department.

On Thursday last week, we met up with our friends at WPEngine in London for drinks and Ping Pong. It was a pleasure to meet with Mary-Ellen Dugan (CMO) from Austin, Texas and Jack Clarkson from the London office. Fun times all around.

We chose WPEngine because of the company’s belief in long-term investment over short-term gain. This is something we believe in. Along with the goal of building lasting relationships with customers, employees, and our communities, by making what’s important to them, important to us.

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