GDPR is is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individual citizens of the European Union and the European Economic Area. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas. As creators/owners of web applications it’s your responsibility to be careful with your user’s data. As a default you should strive to obtain as little data of your users as possible. Sjabloon helps you with a few of these things.
Rails built-in Filter Parameter Logging replaces sensitive parameter data from the request log. Sjabloon adds a few common parameters for you (only in production).
Sjabloon gives you a one-click option to install multiple page analytics tool like Google Analytics, Clicky and Simple Analytics. Both Clicky and Simple Analytics do not collect, but anonymise IP addresses by default, but Google Analytics does collect IP addresses. Sjabloon sets the
anonymize_ip option to true by default.
No app is alike and as such it’s impossible to provide full coverage for GDPR out-of-the-box with Sjabloon. Things you might need to look into, dependending on your app: