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You can also set up a time-based privacy consent expiration. The system will let you know if and when you need to contact your users to renew consent.
Track user consents, manage site policy changes and much more besides, all with a glance at your dashboard.
Track and manage information access or removal requests from your users, seamlessly. Once a request is made, just log in, export their data and/or remove them.
User data removal requests are handled automatically, with all personal data anonymized without you needing to lift a finger.
Never forget a request. Just set Joomla 3.9 to remind you.
Extension developer – give your potential users a helping hand, by making it clear what data your extension collects. When you want to report functionality in your extension that may need privacy consideration, simply use the new Plugin Event (onPrivacyCollectAdminCapabilities).
Want to know what administrative actions have been performed on your site? Thanks to Joomla 3.9, Super Users can easily see which user did what, and when. And it also works with supported extensions! Review the action log, export it and purge the entries. You’ll never miss a trick, thanks to the latest actions module that can be added to your control panel.
Need more? Then enable the new log rotation plugin – this will allow you to rotate and remove your log files.
Need even more ways to stay compliant, without the headache? Want handy extensions such as Cookie Consent? Take a trip to the new Data Privacy extensions section on the Joomla Extensions Directory (you could say our developers have been busy!).