GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is a legislation that aims to protect the privacy of all EU citizens. GDPR forces organisations to make major changes in the way they handle their customers personal data, affecting their business processes as well as software. GDPR came into action on 25 May 2018.
If you have a website at all, it’s very likely that you need to make some changes to it. GDPR applies to everyone handling the personal data of EU citizens, even if they are not based in the EU.
This plugin is meant to assist a Controller, Data Processor, and Data Protection Officer (DPO) with efforts to meet the obligations and rights enacted under the GDPR.
Rather than dig into the legalize that is GDPR, you can turn to a plugin like the GDPR Framework to help make sense of the law.
This plugin adds a subtle banner to your website either in the header or footer so you can show your compliance status regarding the new EU Cookie Law.
You can fully customise the style so it fits in with your existing website- change the colours, fonts, styles, the position on the page and even how it behaves when you click “accept”.