As you may know, I recently posted on the subject of the new European Union privacy legislation known as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and how it might affect you. The main focus of my post was newsletters. And, judging by your feedback, you appreciated the help.
Since then, however, I’ve discovered a nifty -and decently priced- WordPress plugin that ensures your website’s GDPR compliance. I’m posting about it today in the hope it might help you overcome any lingering worries you may have on the subject.
WP GDPR Fix Pro
- Works with your blog or any other custom implementation of WordPress including e-com stores.
- Terms and conditions policy compliance gets your visitors consent.
- Right-to-forget compliance lets you delete user data manually.
- Or… you can even refuse to accept EU traffic on your site (Built in the plugin)
How Does It Work?
You don’t even have to compose any texts, as you can simply click on the “Use Default Text” button and import ready-made, template-based text. On the other hand, you can customize pretty much anything, if you so wish.
Once you’re done, you’ll get a lovely report verifying that you’re now GDPR-compliant.
Prices for WP GDPR Fix Pro start at $18.50 for a single-site license, so it doesn’t exactly break the bank.
You can probably install and configure it yourself but if you need help with installing it, I’d be happy to help.
As you know, I’m loth to push my web services to you, but I have already bought the plugin’s unlimited edition through Istomedia, so I can both get it and install it on your site for $30. If anyone’s interested, all I’ll need is an admin user so I can install and customize the plugin.