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We needed to do something similar, though not GDPR related. Because the Export does not access the Drupal user fields, we created a simple View (page display) to give us this data, based on CiviCRM Contact. We also used the Views Export Data module and 'attached' the csv to the Page above. Note the page is not required, you can simply use the csv display ...


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I had a similar issue and posted here: https://github.com/veda-consulting/uk.co.vedaconsulting.gdpr/issues/50 I have not had a chance to see why the tokens were not working for me, but I can add them manually: https://example.org/wp-civicrm-basepage/?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/gdpr/comms-prefs/update&reset=1&{contact.checksum}&cid={contact....


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CiviCRM -as the software- doesn't have a privacy policy, because it doesn't hold any personal data. Your specific instance of that software, as installed on your server or hosted by one of your provider does store personal data. Check with your provider if they have a privacy policy. However, the privacy policy depends on what personal data you collect and ...


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There are different ways to approach this, but none of them is standard as the Contact Form 7 Integration plugin only throws data over the line and lets CiviCRM take care of the api. First of all, it is well possible that standard Contact Form 7 lets you specify a box that prevents submission of the data? If that is the case then that is the quickest and ...


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Can be achieved by GDPR webform https://github.com/tapashdatta/webform_gdpr/tree/5.x


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There's a drupal module available here https://github.com/tapashdatta/webform_gdpr/tree/5.x ,


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There is no individual resource as such that holds the answers to your question. There are currently still a significant amount of unknowns surrounding GDPR. Some of your issues can be resolved technically. By hosting your systems and data in a country like Switzerland which already has a so called "adequacy decision" with the EU and the US. Swiss law by ...


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CiviCRM is not a company that processes data or store data so I am not sure what you are talking about? I am not sure what you mean by 'your OWN data' in t that respect? I am a CiviCRM community member not an employee of CiviCRM. CiviCRM itself is NOT a 'cloud' application. The communiy provides source code in a software package. You can install that on any ...


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Sounds like you have an unusual use-case where you are in the habit of sending emails to every contact in your database. More typical uses of CiviCRM involve sending mailings to one or more groups of contacts. The Webform-CiviCRM module accommodates this nicely - add the Groups field to your webform (e.g. user-select) and then edit that webform field to only ...


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We wrote an extension a while back that anonymises contacts including entries in log tables. So you could anonymise the contact first and then delete them. As Xavier has mentioned, you will have to make sure the log_ tables will be created with the right engine (InnoDB). If you already have log tables, you can either drop them, or convert them yourself. ...


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Just to be sure I understand you properly: this is about the right to erasure (a contact ask your organisation to remove any data about them), right? It's my understanding that indeed you should remove the data both from the live and the log table (as the later isn't a temporary backup but long term archive). I recall a discussion about changing the format ...


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The latest version of the GDPR extension takes care of this. It has its own communication preferences page which presents the options the right way around whilst updating the existing CiviCRM fields. You could probably use that to better effect as it also includes group subscriptions, data policy and possible profile updates on the same page.


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While this is only a partial answer to your question, it's worth checking out the CiviCRM GDPR extension, detailed on the CiviCRM blog.


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Mmm... Unless I'm mistaking your intention, this should be very easy to do with a webform, if you are using Drupal with Civicrm and the Civicrm webform integration module. As far as I know, if your email asks them to go to your webform by clicking a link that contains the 'contact hash' token, then when they get to the webform it will be prefilled with ...


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We've just released a new version, 2.1, which is 4.6 compatible. The only difference is that in 4.6 installs the Forget Me function will not clear out IM messages as the API in CiviCRM crashes out.


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The Drupal Webform (core) module does not natively support descriptions of individual checkboxes or select options, so there isn't a built-in way to achieve this. A workaround would be to type the description in yourself by changing "Live Options" to "Static Options" and placing the description in parentheses after the title.


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We've addressed this issue in v2.3 of the extension Two new tokens have been introduced for mass mailing and they keep the URL in tact.


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thank you for reporting the problem. I tried to reproduce the problem on my website - it actually appears at absolute addresses. I link your entry, I will add my screenshots and create a problem notification in the plugin. Regards Marcin Lewandowski The Star of Life Foundation EDIT - issue is here


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I can't answer on behalf of CiviCRM LLC but I can say that the only cookie I see is the session cookie which just stores a session id. However the session object on the server that matches that id has many things in it, but in any case the purpose within the code is usually to provide functionality, such as the recent history list in the sidebar, or even ...


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It does not harm to install extensions manually. Actually that is the way I am using the most. The auto install requires that an extension developer has submitted his/her extension through a review process and for most extensions developer (like me) that is too much of a hassle and also puts me in the maintainer and supplier role.


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I just submitted a PR to the GDPR extension which provides a new shortcode to display the GDPR preferences on a page, see https://github.com/veda-consulting/uk.co.vedaconsulting.gdpr/pull/217 That's what we use for providing users with an option of viewing and updating their preferences. For all other CiviCRM form-related integration on WordPress, we use ...


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Its just the warning (Notice), either you can turn off php warnings for wordpress or update the GDPR Communications Preferences settings(http://domain.org/wp-admin/admin.php?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/gdpr/comms-prefs/settings&reset=1) and choose something (eg Do Nothing) for 'Add to Event and Contribution Thank-you pages' option under 'Event & ...


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Google "Cookie Checker" There are several sites out there that offer GDPR cookie compliance. They generally offer a free test for your domain that will tell you if you are using cookies.


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Version 2.5 (now 2.6) is the Latest Release is therefore available to install via a zip or a git clone method. I expect it is just a factor that there are other steps to be done to make it the auto download version from the civicrm UI


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Check out this answer. Safe to run cron jobs using wget and user with full admin rights? Essentially just give the permissions necessary to run the cron jobs. If no event crons - don't give event permissions.


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Ok, I found an example on the Civi Wiki and, with a bit of workaround, it finally works: function joomla_civicrm_validateForm($formName, &$fields, &$files, &$form, &$errors) { $errors = array(); // check we're targeting the right form if ($formName == 'Edit') { return true; } $password = CRM_Utils_Array::value( 'cms_pass'...


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Taken from a comment by @ParvezSaleh The extension does not remove the custom data or activity types when uninstalled. This is a deliberate feature as it's assumed that any data collected to date is important and would be required if an audit takes place. It would therefore be necessary to manually remove the information from the database. The extension'...


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Quick update, we're releasing a new version which has the ability to include captcha. It will be available from tommorrow (v2.6).


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One route is to do the following: Modify the section Communication Preferences We want to ensure we are only sending you information that is of interest to you, in a way you are happy to receive. to make it clear that by signing up they are signing up to the Newsletter then in Comms Pref settings page, untick the "Allow users to opt-in to mailing ...


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I think its important to provide some general information about your setup before we can fully understand what you need to take into account. As Erik has highlighted, you may be using CiviCRM with your own or website hosting or you may have subscribed to an online service which provides you with a running copy of CiviCRM. The reason its important to ...


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