Support » Plugin: WP Mail Logging » GDPR

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  • Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    I’m not familiar with the GDPR and don’t know if it’s compliant to log any data.

    Do you process any personal data from our website, or is everything stored on OUR website, so you don’t access anything?
    GPDR is a new legislation in the EU around processing and protecting personal data.
    Many thanks!

    Do you process any personal data from our website, or is everything stored on OUR website, so you don’t access anything?
    GPDR is a new legislation in the EU around processing and protecting personal data.
    Many thanks!

    Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    The mails are stored in your database only and are not transfered/shared in any way with another service or party.

    hi @no3x,

    To my mind, you have to use WordPress functions to export/delete logs data. These contain mail content and therefore potentially personal data.

    I think you have to export/delete any log which contains the targeted email in any mail field (receiver, header, subject, content…)

    More informations : https://developer.wordpress.org/plugins/privacy/

    Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    Hi @ajoah,

    I have worked on the policy content, exporter and eraser.

    Would you like to have a look at, give feedback it or test it?

    Yes, of course 🙂

    Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    By inspecting you WP.org profile I guess you are familiar with development. I have just pushed a privacy branch to repository https://github.com/No3x/wp-mail-logging/tree/privacy.

    It would be nice if you could check this out. Please let me know if you need further instructions or a zip with the plugin or something.

    You have guessed correctly 🙂

    I have tested your branch, it works great.

    The only problem is that a confirmation mail is sent after data deletion and this mail is logged.

    I’m not sure if it possible to do something… Maybe with wp_privacy_personal_data_erased filter : you remove your wp_mail log filter before the call of _wp_privacy_send_erasure_fulfillment_notification and you readd it after.

    Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    Thanks for the feedback.

    > The only problem is that a confirmation mail is sent after data deletion and this mail is logged.

    I have noticed this too – thanks for your advice. I fixed this – would be great if you could test it again.

    Btw
    Is the policy content text okay?

    Thank you for your patch.

    Perfect, all mails are deleted 🙂

    Maybe, you can set priority to 9 or lower for suspendLogging to be sure your function is called before the WP notification. (we never now)

    English is not my native language but policy content text seems ok, yes 🙂

    Plugin Author No3x

    (@no3x)

    Thanks for your feedback!
    I have just released 1.8.5.

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