Support » Plugin: Keyy Two Factor Authentication (like Clef) » GDPR Compliance??

  • Resolved catmaniax

    (@catmaniax)


    Hello.

    As the new too complicated GDPR law goes live in May 25th I wanted to ask you if there are plans to make the plugin compatible and add new features/settings to it concerning data collection from the users/visitors and also presenting that information to them in the frontend and options to opt-out if they wish.

    I’d like to hear your input on this because it concerns everyone I think.

    By the way, in my case I’m using Keyy only for me (admin) and not for any other users.

    Please let me know.
    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Contributor LumberHack

    (@lumberhack)

    Hi @catmaniax

    We are aiming to be compliant with the new GDPR regulations as you can see from our blog here. Most of this is already complete is is expected to be live, well before the 25th May deadline.

    https://updraftplus.com/data-protection-privacy-the-gdpr-right-to-be-forgotten-etc/

    At UpdraftPlus (and across all our associated products – WP Optimize, Keyy, UpdraftCentral, MetaSlider), we aim to comply with both the letter and the spirit of this new, quite heavy, law. Its aim is to set a new gold standard for data collecting, processing and retention, and associated rights. We are all individuals too, and we think that the GDPR is bringing in some very valuable tools to allow consumers to have control and protection of their data. As such, we intend to treat all clients – whether EU citizens or not – as if they were EU citizens. We want everybody to know that we aim to treat their data with maximum respect and care.

    Regards

    Thank you.
    I use the premium version of Keyy and also use the free version of UpdraftPlus.

    Do you think since I use Keyy only for my admin account that I won’t have to bother much?

    Plugin Contributor LumberHack

    (@lumberhack)

    Hi again @catmaniax

    I use the premium version of Keyy and also use the free version of UpdraftPlus.

    Do you think since I use Keyy only for my admin account that I won’t have to bother much?

    Yes thats right, you will not have any issues with GDPR as far as Keyy or UDP is concerned

    Good to hear.

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