Easy to use tools to help make your website GDPR-compliant. Fully documented, extendable and developer-friendly. Extensions to enterprise GDPR compli …
This plugin is a service of Data443.com.
Data443 is a Data Security and Compliance company traded on the OTCMarkets as LDSR. We have been providing leading GDPR compliance products such as ClassiDocs, Blockchain privacy, and enterprise cloud eDiscovery tools.
The GDPR regulation is a large and complex law. Each member country is to ratify it into its own legilsation and language. This makes it cumbersome to manage – but rest asssured – we have a full Site Owners Guide to help you learn and understand some of your requirements.
This product gives a simple and elegant interface to handle Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). In a few clicks, you can:
☑ Enable DSAR on one page – allow even those without an account to automatically view, export and delete their personal data;
☑ Configure the plugin to delete or anonymize personal data automatically or send a notification and allow admins to do it manually;
☑ Track, manage and withdraw consent;
☑ Use a helpful installation wizard to get you started quickly;
☑ Report on related data items within your WordPress installation;
☑ Significantly reduce your staff time efforts dealing with DSARs;
☑ Enable your larger organization to summarize and consolidate DSAR work;
☑ Report to management on DSAR status, volume and data requirements;
☑ We provide this fully documented;
☑ We are developer-friendly. Everything can be extended, every feature and template can be overridden.
☑ Cookie solution
☑ Integration with ClassiDocs
☑ Integration with Woocommerce Version 3.4.0 or later.
☑ Integration with Easy Digital Download Version 2.6 or later.
☑ Integration with Email Subscribers & Newsletters.
Please disable (or otherwise remove) caching capabilities from the plugin pages – as these are very dynamic and based on use interaction.
Using The GDPR Framework does NOT guarantee compliance to GDPR. This plugin gives you general information and tools, but is NOT meant to serve as complete compliance package. Compliance to GDPR is risk-based ongoing process that involves your whole business. Codelight is not eligible for any claim or action based on any information or functionality provided by this plugin.
The GDPR Framework currently works with the following plugins
☑ Contact Form 7 & Contact Form Flamingo
☑ Gravity Forms – Download the GDPR add-on
☑ Formidable Forms – Download the GDPR add-on
☑ Ninja Forms – Download the GDPR add-on
☑ Easy Digital Download
☑ Email Subscribers & Newsletters
Steps to add consent with contact form 7 are as follow:
1. First, need to create consent “Tool > Consent > Add consent type” .
2. Then note down the slug for example the slug is “contact_acceptance”
3. Then go to the contact form 7 click on Acceptance button a pop-up will get open.
4. Add the name of that acceptance same as that of slug i.e “contact_acceptance”.
5. Insert the tag then save the form then it will be embedded with contact form 7.
To make Easy Digital Download and Woo-commerce compatible with the plugin you need to check checkbox at Tools > Data443 GDPR > general > Woocommerce Integration / Easy Digital Download Integration.
Add consent to Easy Digital download:
You need to turn on the default EDD consent from Downloads > Settings > Privacy
The GDPR Framework uses the exact same mechanism for sending emails as the rest of your WordPress site. Please test if your site sends out emails at all using the Forgot Password form, for example.
If you get the forgot password email but not the identification email, please make a post in the support forums.
Are you using SendGrid or another email delivery service? This might corrupt the link in the email.
In case you’re using Sendgrid, make sure to turn off “click tracking”. Otherwise, please post in the support forum!
Check if you’re using any caching plugins. If yes, then make sure the Privacy Tools page is excluded.
Also check if a server side cache is enabled by your web host.
WordPress 4.9.6 provides tools to allow administrators to manually handle GDPR requests. However, the GDPR framework allows visitors to automatically download and export data to reduce administrative work load.
We are also planning to add other important privacy-related features missing from WordPress core over time.
Codelight\G\C\C\UserConsentModel->createUserTable()– every admin request
Numerous backlog bug fixes including:
* GDPRF-6: Comments checkbox reported to disappear with WPML active
* GDPRF-22: Can’t save on Consent tab
* GDPRF-12: Treat upper- and lowercase chars in visitor email addresses equally
* GDPRF-25: Captcha on privacy tools page
* GDPRF-26: Privacy Tools Delete text change
* GDPRF-17: Add locations outside of US and EU
* GDPRF-11: Ensure + symbol works in email addresses
* GDPRF-39: Confirm “delete my data” when button is pushed
* GDPRF-40: Can’t leave any comments with GDPR activated
* GDPRF-4: Add Polylang compatibility
* GDPRF-34: Validate functionality with most current WP version