WordPress GDPR CCPA DPA Cookie Compliance
GDPR requires businesses to protect personal user data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. And non-compliance could cost companies up to $20 million or 4% of global revenue.
Websites that collect data on citizens in European Union (EU) countries will need to comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data by May 25, 2018. Being GDPR Compliant or your business will be at risk.
That’s why GDPR Visual Builder – Drag and Drop to enable GDPR CCPA Compliance was born to give your website the best solution to comply fully with this new law.
Why you need GDPR Compliance?
- If you run a WordPress website and EU visitors can access, your site needs to be GDPR compliant.
- If you take advantages in using cookie, or other tracking integrations like Facebook pixels or Google Analytics, etc.
- If you use forms like Contact 7 to collect user’s data, you need GDPR compliance.
- If you use MailChimp or other addon to save users’ data, you need this GDPR compliance.
- If you use any communication service like live chat or support help desk for your site visitors, you need this custom-made EULA and keep your business safe..
- If your want your business to be secured and trusted and you just need to focus on working and being prospered.
Apart from being compliant with GDPR, website owners outside EU would also be advised to get ready before law enforcement of the upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), Washington Privacy Act (WPA), the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI – Japan) and other regulations to be passed. Hence Ninja GDPR plugin then comes in handy. Get prepared now!
Informs users about cookie use and gets their consent.
Term & Conditions Consent
Take users automatically to your Term & Conditions Page and gets their consent.
Request Data Archive
Collect Data access requests and automatically inform admin.
Forget me form
Create a form for users to request for their stored data to be deleted and automatically notify website admin.
Allow users to request their stored data to be rectified.
Data Breach Notification
Notify data breach to all users as required by law.
Control EU Traffic
Now you can display Cookie Popup for EU countries users only or refuse them.
Don’t ignore this regulation If you are one of
WordPress website owners
It doesn’t whether you sell on your website or not, or even if you don’t collect any data. If you have cookies and other features enabled on your site you will be liable for GDPR.
Are you tracking your users on your website? Do you have Facebook pixel or track your users in other ways?
Do EU visitors come to your site and they interact with your articles, leave comments etc?
Do you store personal data? Does your site have forms that let people create accounts on your site or share their emails or contact details?
Do you use a bulletin board or a communication center for your visitors?
Are you tracking traffic of your site? Collecting people’s name and email?
Do you use Google Analytics or anything else to store personal data for statistics purposes?
Q. Will this work for WordPress site only?
A. Yes, It is plugin for WordPress. As long as you can install plugins, it should work.
Q. Will it work with future versions of WordPress?
A. Yes, like we said, we will keep updated it as situation changes and you will get FREE upgrades lifetime.
Q. Do I have to be technical to use this?
A. No, you don’t. You just need install and use it. It’s made to be simple and easy to use.
Q. Will it be improved?
A. Yes, we will update it as much as required and you will get FREE upgrades lifetime.
Q. Can I install it myself?
Definitely yes! As long as you know enough WordPress to install a plugin you can do this. No need to hire a technical staff.
Manual installation is easy and takes fewer than one minute.
- Download the plugin from wordpress.org, unpack it and upload the [Ninja GDPR Compliance] folder to your wp-content/plugins/ directory.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins‘ menu in WordPress.
- Go to your main WordPress menu > GDPR > Settings, and change your content.
You’re done. Enjoy.