At BraveGen, we are committed to protecting the data and privacy of all of our users. We believe in open, transparent communication that puts our users’ needs first.

On May 25, BraveGen will be subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will safeguard the security of users in the European Economic Area. This page briefly explains what Canva is doing to work towards GDPR compliance.

First, we have updated our Privacy Policy to identify the information that we collect about our users, how we use that information and keep it safe. If you continue to use BraveGen after May 25, our updated Privacy Policy will apply to your use of our services.

Second, we recognize that it’s important for you to control your information so we are investing in features that will help you to easily manage and access some of your information within BraveGen. We will provide more information on these features as they become available.

Third, since we use some third-party suppliers (e.g. Amazon Web Services) to make BraveGen available, we are reviewing and negotiating these contracts with a view to ensuring that they comply with applicable laws, including GDPR. Where amendments to these agreements are required we are entering into Data Processing Agreements with our suppliers.

Fourth, we recognize that protection of your data involves us so we are improving our internal controls around employee access to data and data security incidents.

None of these steps are likely to impact the way you use BraveGen day to day.

We have also set up an email address where you can contact us with inquiries related to GDPR, data protection or privacy:

Thank you for using BraveGen!