Tips and cases of use for a successful WordPress website with calculated forms.
The “Calculated Fields Form” plugin includes a new control: Acceptance (GDPR) to ensure the users give their consent in store the information collected by the form.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a major change to data privacy protection laws in the European Union (EU). It is designed to ensure data privacy and increase control of personal data for EU residents. It becomes effective May 25, 2018.
The GDPR applies only to EU citizens, but it’s applicable to all organizations anywhere in the world that have more than 250 employees, and collects personal data on EU citizens. So, if you offer goods or services to EU citizens, you are affected by GDPR.
The “Calculated Fields Form” plugin includes a new control: Acceptance (GDPR) that is represented as a required checkbox the user must tick to submit the form, where you can enter the URL to the Consent and Acknowledgment page, or the text directly in the field’s settings.
To prevent the plugin collect the IP addresses of users that submit the form, simply should select the “No” option for the “Include additional information?” attribute in the forms’ settings.
Furthermore, for the right to forgiven, the plugin allows to delete the users’ submissions and related information from the “Messages” section corresponding to the form.