Support » Plugin: WP-Lister Lite for Amazon » GDPR compliance of this plugin

  • Resolved ichigokurosaki

    (@ichigokurosaki)


    Hello,
    I’m interested in your plugin, but since I live in the European Union we have to comply with the so called General Data Protection Regulation (short: GDPR). It’s important for me to know, if your plugin collects personal data and if applicable, if the data is stored just on my web-storage (server) or if it is also transferred externally.

    I’d be very thankful, if you could help me further with this question.

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  • Plugin Author WP Lab

    (@wp-lab)

    No, WP-Lister does not collect any personal data from your customers by itself.

    Of course it does use order data collected by WooCommerce when you let it fulfill a WooCommerce order by Amazon, but when a customer places an order that’s to be fulfilled by Amazon, it’s only natural that his name and address are sent to Amazon. If you use FBA it’s probably covered by your privacy policy already, but you’d have to ask a lawyer to be sure.

    The other way round, of course it does fetch orders from Amazon and stores this information on your webserver, but this is also to be expected when a customer places an order on Amazon, and by placing an order a customer should generally agree that his address is processed by technical systems that synchronise stock levels across platforms or generate invoices for example.

    Almost every single Amazon seller will have a system in place that fetches and processes order data in one way or another, and I don’t believe that you’d have to explain all your internal technical workflows publicly in your privacy policy, but only a lawyer could tell you for sure.

    kind regards,
    Matt

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