May 7th, 2018: v1.3 is out! Enabling your visitors to request access to their data and deleting it if they wish to do so.
You can download the plugin here.
GDPR is a European privacy regulation allowing visitors more direct control over their personal data. Signing up for a newsletter for example or leaving a comment on a site means your email address and possibly your IP are both stored for future reference. Under GDPR visitors can at any time request access to their stored personal data. Ask for an export of all that data or for it all to be deleted.
To start off with all functionality needed we integrated with several external plugins, as of v1.3: Contact Form 7, Gravity Forms, WooCommerce and WordPress Comments. Making it easy to add a consent checkbox and to keep a consent log.
WP GDPR Compliance helps you as a site owner take care of:
- Keeping a consent log for supported plugins.
- Adding checkboxes to supported plugins for explicit visitor consent.
- ‘Right to access’ through encrypted audit logs.
- ‘Right to be forgotten’ by anonymising user data.
We’ll continue to give you increasingly more tools to comply with privacy regulations. Check out our development roadmap to find out when we’ll support your favourite plugin.
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Already a user? Contact us through the Support forum.
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Wondering what GDPR even means? GDPR is a new EU privacy regulation that becomes enforceable on May 25th, 2018. Read more…