This is a listing of GDPR compliance resources I have found through web searches and helpful articles from service providers I use.

Disclaimer: These resources are listed as information only. I am not legal counsel and can’t guarantee that if you follow the suggestions in these resources you’ll be GDPR compliant. You’ll need a lawyer to determine that. I assume no liability for your use of the following information.

WordPress Meetup:

Charlie’s WordPress Meetup Powerpoint Slides

General Information on GDPR:

What You Need to Know About GDPR is an hour-long iThemes webinar by Anna Blanch Rabe, an Australian attorney who specializes in web law. This is excellent and worth the time investment to watch it.

LeadPages blogpost on GDPR that includes links to the GDPR regulation and other helpful compliance sites.

https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/complete-wordpress-gdpr-guide/

Hallam Internet: How to Make Your Website GDPR Compliant

EU GDPR Compliant: Cookies consent under the GDPR

Iubenda Cookie and Privacy Policy Generator

Dealing With Data Breaches—GDPR 72-Hour Rule:

Understanding the GDPR data-breach reporting timeline

GDPR and WordPress:

https://pagely.com/blog/gdpr-wordpress-2018-resources/ Worried about WordPress and GDPR? Start Here

Syed Balkhi’s WPBeginner site has an extensive list of helpful posts on WordPress and GDPR

blogaid.net explanation of the new GDPR tools in WordPress since 4.9.6.

GDPR WordPress Plugins:

There are a number of GDPR plugins available. I have been using GDPR by Trew Knowledge. Another plugin that’s been recommended to me is Cookie Notice for GDPR, which has over 700,000 installs and a 5-star rating on WordPress.org.

GDPR and Newsletter Services:

How to Keep GDPR Records of Consent for Your eNewsletter Subscribers (from aWeber)

GDPR and Google Fonts:

Life Hacker: How To Be GDPR-Compliant If You Use Google Fonts On Your Website

GDPR Facebook groups:

GDPR For Online Entrepreneurs (UK, US, CA, AU)

GDPR and Small Business Law