GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, and is commonly called the Personal Data Regulation. It is a law that applies in all countries that are members of the EU. Data protection became particularly relevant on 25 May 2018, as all companies from this date had to comply with the GDPR rules. In short, the principle behind the GDPR is that we all have the right to privacy. It is up to the individual whether information should be shared. GDPR is therefore about protecting personal data.
This basic principle also reflects the responsibility that Nets has, as we, among other things, employs us to collect and process your personal information. You can read more about this here.