Tag: Privacy

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Responding to a Data Request

Table of Contents What is the right of access? How do we recognize a subject access request (SAR)? What about requests for information about children? What should we consider when responding to a request? Can we ask for ID? Can we charge a fee? How

Embedding Vimeo videos privacy-friendly

Hosting videos with a third-party service like YouTube or Vimeo is a great way to stream videos on your website, without carrying the server load for every view. These services are mostly free and come with another price, which is sharing your website’s visitor behavior

Cookieless tracking with Matomo

When you configure Matomo with Complianz, there are two options: Enable Cookieless tracking. You will need Complianz to add the Matomo snippet to handle consent. If you don’t enable Cookieless tracking, you have 2 new choices; Add the snippet by Complianz Choose to either ask

Google reCAPTCHA and the GDPR: a possible conflict?

While developing Complianz Privacy Suite, some interesting questions arise. One of them I encountered today is: are Google and the GDPR reconcilable on your website? WP Forms is with over 5 million installs the number one contact form plugin on WordPress. I too use it

Legal Compliance for WooCommerce

Operating an eCommerce website presents certain challenges from a legal perspective. This is especially true when you target visitors from multiple regions, meaning that local legislation could be involved. This article will explain important aspects of legal compliance that eCommerce businesses, operating regionally or worldwide,

How to determine the retention of specific data sets?

For selected purposes in a GDPR and UK-GDPR compliant , you will need to determine the data retention period. The data retention period is specific to your selected purpose. The GDPR does not mention specific periods, but it does mention the principle of storage limitation

Browser Privacy Controls

In the wizard’s first step, under security and consent, you can choose to respect browser settings configured by your website visitors. These are DNT or Do Not Track, and Global Privacy Control the spiritual successor of DNT which will be deprecated in the near future.

Privacy-Friendly Images from Gravatar

WordPress core comes with a discussion functionality, as you can expect from a CMS that started with blogging as the main purpose. On every post, users can leave comments (when enabled), and for the user profiles, a Globally Recognized Avatar is included in core or

Questions about the CCPA

What rights does a Californian resident have?  If you are a California resident, you may ask businesses to disclose what personal information they have about you and what they do with that information, to delete your personal information, and not to sell your personal information.

Removing Google Maps and other services from the Cookie Blocker

WordPress offers filter hooks to allow plugins to modify various types of internal data at runtime. A plugin can modify data by binding a callback to a filter hook. When the filter is later applied, each bound callback is run in order of priority, and

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