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Website is live!

After a two-month design and build process, our website is live. The website was developed by Marc Smits. Our project page provides information on PSD2 and on developments around the PSD2-me-not register. We are constantly expanding the website. You can stay informed about this via our PSD2 newsletters.


Clear information on risks

The core of the project is immediately clearly articulated: 'which payments would you rather keep secret?' The website alerts visitors to the privacy risks of PSD2. The site is designed to appeal to both individuals and professionals. Do political parties, trade unions and patient organisations realise that they have an important responsibility towards their constituents?

Information in files

On the website are in a number of blocks of files. About special personal data, about our project and the PSD2-me-not register. Throughout the project, information will be added and updated all the time and we will add files. Do you have a question or are you looking for specific information? If so, please let us know!

Take a look at the site right away!

Eye-catching logo

As you can see, our PSD2 project has its own distinctive logo. A QR code in a businesslike and fresh colour scheme. We chose a QR code to make it clear that behind the term PSD2 there is a lot. Also, the QR code gives contemporary possibilities. Whoever scans the QR code now gets to the newsletter subscription form. During a presentation, for instance, the audience can directly subscribe to our newsletter. Later, this link can be easily modified.

We hope you like the website, and that it provides the information that motivates people (and organisations) to make PSD2 a lot more privacy-friendly!