Data Protection advice for WordPress
Have you been looking for answers to the following questions:
- What is the GDPR?
- How does the GDPR compliance relate to WordPress?
- What qualifies as personal data under GDPR?
- How do I find information about my organsations data protection obligations?
- What are the principles of GDPR?
- Do I need to know about other data protection and privacy legislation when considering the GDPR?
- Which are the best WordPress Plugins for GDPR compliance?
or looking for specific data protection advice for WordPress?
Firstly, if you have looked for the answer to any of the questions above, you will no doubt have seen that there are so many choices. You’ve probably thought about giving up, right?
Secondly, we appreciate that you are looking for answers to your questions about WordPress and the GDPR and data protection and privacy legislation from one place.
So, we’ve got good news for you about GDPR advice for WordPress!
Let’s start with some of the answers to the questions above.
What is the GDPR?
GDPR is the General Data Protection Regulation; it is a European Union (EU) law that became enforceable on May 25, 2018.
What qualifies as personal data under GDPR?
Any information that can identify, or can relate to, a living individual (natural person).
Do I need to know about other legislation when considering the GDPR?
Depending on how your business operates and which jurisdiction you trade from, the answer is more than likely yes.
How does the GDPR compliance relate to WordPress?
WordPress is a content management system, which functions by means of equipment operating automatically in response to instruction given for the purpose. Any information which is deemed as personal data is therefore required to be ‘processed’ in compliance with the GDPR.
Click the button above, to find out how your WordPress website can become compliant with the legislation.