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  • Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Hi,

    You can include a note in the privacy policy of your website that social login doesn’t store any personal data other than that users approve in social login popup when using social login first time. Our plugin, by design, doesn’t store any other personal data than that users approve. We will include an opt-in regrading the same before GDPR takes effect.

    Hey @heateor,

    thanks for info, and that’s something that I thought we should put up..

    OK, so on your radar is update with GDPR, great news! And that opt-in (opt-out) checbox should be on the pages where the buttons for soc login/register is,, correct?

    thank, Kres

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Ideally, that opt-in should appear before users can authenticate to social network. We will take care of that in upcoming releases. You would be able to place a link to your privacy policy page in the that opt-in.

    Hello!

    What about social commenting though?

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    @catmaniax
    Same. An opt-in would be there before website visitors could post a comment.

    Nice, do you think the update is coming these days?

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Of course. It will be before GDPR takes effect. We definitely would not want to lose more than 100000 businesses using our plugins 🙂

    That’s nice to hear, I will be awaiting for the update 🙂

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    WordPress is also in the process of setting a common standard for plugins regrading GDPR. Let’s hope it comes out soon 🙂

    Also,

    there is a great news for all Woocommerce shop sites,, Mike@woo published recently that ‘built-in’ solution is comming out soon 🙂

    read more HERE

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    We are waiting for the version 4.9.6 of the WordPress and after that we just need to show an opt-in before social login (and other feature wherever applicable) which would link to the privacy policy page of your website.

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