Just delete it manually yourself. Here in Spain some famous forums do that, they dont have a button for deleting account, they delete it by asking for it.I'm asking because I received an email from user that they want to delete own account and the functionality wasn't worked. And user was saying that is a breach of GDPR, so I had to active the feature
The ICO is responsible body in the UK https://ico.org.uk/for-organisation...-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/Basically located in UK
So standard GDPR XenForo, is enough for the forum then in UK ?The ICO is responsible body in the UK https://ico.org.uk/for-organisation...-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/
The option to self delete is not a requirement in the UK.
its not 100% but that said its should be more then good enough to stay within the law. But always make sure if its within the law by yourself remember you are responsible not the maker of the software and you will get the bill.So standard GDPR XenForo, is enough for the forum then in UK ?
That's interesting then, depends on what type of addons I'm using too ?If your forum software is already GDPR-compliant (done on a best effort basis), you should just ensure that the addons you use also are or were updated accordingly. Your findings might surprise you...
Official addons are generally part of vendors' GDPR compliance pledge.That's interesting then, depends on what type of addons I'm using too ?
Then installed addons on my forum shouldn’t have any issues? as I’m running last version of Xf .Official addons are generally part of vendors' GDPR compliance pledge.
3rd-party addons may integrate calls to 3rd-party websites and apis for remote services whose privacy policies can undercut your compliance.
In additions, 3rdparty and outdated addons failing php7+ compatibility and security audits could silently generate issues that will undermine the rest of your compliance efforts.