Your privacy is critically important to us. Going forward with the GDPR for WordPress project we aim to fully support the GDPR standard, but also acknowledging that much is still to be done technically, in order for us to fulfill this mission.
GDPR for WordPress is a project started by Peter Suhm and Kaare Mulvad Steffensen and have since then been adopted by the community and now being implemented into WP core in a series of GDPR Trac tickets: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/query?status=!closed&keywords=~gdpr
- We ask you for personal information such as e-mail, name and technical solutions that you have developed in regards to Plugins. We do this to be able to determin how a good GDPR solution can be created for WordPress.
We don’t share your personal information with anyone except to comply with the law, develop our products, or protect our rights. In this case we store your data in a MailPoet plugin on this website.
We don’t store personal information on our servers unless required for the on-going operation of one of our services.
Once data is no longer needed, we will delete it. This will probably be a date shortly after 25th of May 2018.
Since GDPR and the tools we seek to provide a basis for, is not yet in place, we can’t offer you an easy way to see, retrieve and delete data from our servers.
Should you wish to have your data collected, we ask you to reach out to us on e-mail: email@example.com
Our data storage is a self-hosted Siteground instance of WordPress, using Mailpoet to capture and store your e-mail. We use this e-mail to notify you of our progress with the GDPR for WordPress project. You are welcome to opt-out at any time.
We store all data on Google services, and all data is retrieved as Excell files, and at a later date imported into our Mailpoet installation so that we may notify the responders that have replied positively towards using a standard as proposed.
Website traffic is monitored via Siteground and collects IP addresses that are saved for the duration of one month.