In this tutorial, you will learn How to Install the GDPR WordPress Plugin. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s new Digital Privacy Regulation which became effective on May 25, 2018.
This new privacy regulation gives individuals in the European Union more control and flexibility on how their data is used and processed. GDPR applies to all companies and individuals, around the world, who collect and process personal data of EU residents.
GDPR applies to personal data that could be used to identify individuals like name, date and place of birth, IP address, identification number, etc. If you have a website that collects data on your visitors, using cookie identifiers (for example) or via sign up forms, GDPR most probably applies to you.
This GDPR plugin will help you become GDPR compliant by addressing the Key GDPR Requirements which include: (1) Consent to use personal data; (2) Privacy by Design; (3) Right to Data Access; (4) Right To Be Forgotten; (5) Data Portability; (6) Data Rectification; (7) Data Breach Notification. I have created a separate video that covers these GDPR Regulations in more detail (see link below).
The installation and setup of this WordPress plugin is relatively simple, however, I’ve created another tutorial to walk you through the process of setting up your website with this plugin in order to remain GDPR compliant.
Non-compliance with GDPR can result in hefty penalties, up to 20 million Euros, or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is the greater. You can check the GDPR WordPress plugin which is very reasonably-priced and you get the Developer’s license with it.
This means that you can install it on all your WordPress websites as well as on your client websites. Below you will also find GDPR videos to help you better understand this new EU digital privacy regulation.
– GDPR (Official Site):
– Uber GDPR WP Plugin:
– GDPR Video Tutorials:
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