Disclaimer: Information below is just to assist website admins(using JGive extension) in achieving compliance with privacy and data protection related laws. Kindly note that this is not a legal advice; we are not lawyers. If you have any questions about GDPR (or similar regulation) compliance, please consult a qualified lawyer.
If you are using JGive on your Joomla site, you can use information from sections below (1. & 2.) to include in your privacy, cookie policies.
1. What data JGive is collecting?
The first step you could take towards making your JGive extension compliant with GDPR is to check what kinds of data we are collecting. Any detail that can reflect an individual person is personal data. First name, last name, city, state, country, email, phone number, address, zip code, vat number etc. All of them count as personal data.
In JGive, there are primarily three places where you would be asking for your customer’s personal details:
- If you are using JGive as the multi-vendor system, during sign up - name, email, phone number etc.
- While creating a campaign - name, email, address, city, state, country, zip, phone (To ensure the security of the site and to prevent abuse).
- While donating/ investing in a campaign - name, email, address, zip code, phone number, VAT number, IP Address (To ensure the security of the site and to prevent abuse)