1. dougicg

    We need to be taking GDPR seriously as it is less than a year till this becomes active.

    What steps are being taken for WordPress as core or plugins to help self-hosted website administrators to comply.

    Posted: 3 months ago #
  2. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Lead Plugin Wrangler


    There are a lot of plugins that can help you do this. It depends on your specific needs.

    Posted: 3 months ago #
  3. ChemicalSailor


    I think WordPress core really needs to consider what needs to happen around GDPR, and that needs to be communicated with the wider community. Even if the core developers decide it's not something that should be in core, that decision making needs to be transparent and published in the community so site admins and developers know where they stand.

    I'm running a sports club website that collects and stores members data using the wp_user api. I'm trying to work out if it will be compliant with GDPR. I doubt it will be; I would say that the way user data is currently stored does not offer the level of protection required.

    The GDPR is going to affect websites worldwide, not just in Europe and with WordPress powering 25% of the web we should at least consider how we can make compliance easier.

    Posted: 2 months ago #

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