GDPR-A Finale, hopefully!

It's taken some time for it to appear, but WordPress.com site owners now have a new Support Guide to assist them in crafting their own site's Privacy policy, if needed. Warning: a small rant lies ahead. There are online services that should be lauded for the way they informed their users about what they were … Continue reading GDPR-A Finale, hopefully!

New Privacy Features and Updated Policies — The WordPress.com Blog

We’re rolling out updates to our privacy features and policies in the coming weeks. You’ll have more control over your personal information and more detail on what information we keep and what we do with it. The updates will also make sure we comply with new privacy laws, and will help you do the same … Continue reading New Privacy Features and Updated Policies — The WordPress.com Blog

Your site, Automattic’s Privacy Policy and the GDPR

Beginning May 25, 2018 all sites on the web operating within the EU or having site visitors from the EU will be subject to the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). I have tried to wrap my sorry head around the requirements mandated under this regulation and am still reading sites like the ICO.org.uk website and WebDevLaw, … Continue reading Your site, Automattic’s Privacy Policy and the GDPR

Why I don’t miss the Reblog button currently AWOL on WordPress.com websites

The most frequent feedback from community members of the website Reblog button is that it immediately publishes the reblog to your website when you clicked the button. That didn't allow you, the reblogger, to preview your post, add your own site's categories and tags, save your reblog as a draft post, schedule your reblog, add … Continue reading Why I don’t miss the Reblog button currently AWOL on WordPress.com websites