Support » Plugin: Simple History » GDPR Compliance

  • Resolved kwebdesign

    (@kwebdesign)


    I’m currently working through a list of plugins that we use, trying to establish the following.

    1. What cookie files (inc. local storage etc) containing personal data are being set by the plugin?
    2. Do any settings need to be changed within the plugin, to make it GDPR Compliant?
    3. Are we adding all the relevant information in relation to the plugin, to our websites privacy policy?

    It’s my understanding that…

    • Simple History plugin doesn’t set any cookie files (inc. local storage etc) containing personal data.
    • There are no settings within the Simple History plugin, which need to be changed for GDPR Compliance.
    • There’s no information that needs to be included in our websites privacy policy, in relation to the Simple History plugin.

    Please, could you confirm that this is correct?

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  • Plugin Author Pär Thernström

    (@eskapism)

    Yes, no cookies it set and no local storage is used.

    The plugin does store user login and user emails and depending on your interpretation of GDPR and your usage of what you collect and why you collect date data, it may or may not be something that you need to consider. I can’t answer more specifically I’m afraid.

    Thanks for the response and providing such a useful plugin.

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