GDPR: Export Personal Data

The Newsletter plugin collects subscribers’ data and those data should be made available for download by the subscriber itself. Personal data is a wide term and it’s not only related to the subscriber’s email, name or lists to which he’s subscribed, but even to activity data like clicks on newsletter he received. Google gives a … Read more

How to Massively Manage your Subscribers

It’s a everyday problem: the number of subscribers increase, some lists become obsolete, new ones are created. The risk is to end up with a messed up subscriber database. The Newsletter plugin offers few massive tools to clean up and reorganize subscribers. Let’s see some examples of actions you can take. Some tools requires the … Read more

Re-asking Subscription Confirmation to your Subscribers

We’re receiving many requests to get instructions about asking again a confirmation to all subscribers collected with the Newsletter plugin, believing the GPDR is demanding this steps to be compliant. Actually there is no need to stress all your subscribers with such a request. If they’re subscribed and they didn’t use the unsubscribe link you … Read more

GDPR: Getting Consent for Imported Subscribers

If you have a list of subscribers ready to be imported but you don’t have a consent, you can use Newsletter to get it. Of course, and first of all, you need to be sure laws let you to proceed in this way. The import is rather immediate: you can use the import tool available in … Read more

GDPR: Getting Consent

The GDPR states clearly that: “Consent should be given by a clear affirmative act establishing a freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the data subject’s agreement to the processing of personal data relating to him or her, such as by a written statement, including by electronic means, or an oral statement.” What does … Read more

GDPR and Data Processing Agreements

The data processing agreement (DPA) is a document between a data controller and a data processor. The controller needs the processor services to work with his data and wants the processor to be GDPR compliant (or compliant with other international agreements, for example the EU-USA shield). For example, if you use an external service which … Read more