GDPR-Proof Your Plugin With Moodle’s Privacy API And This Screencast

Source: https://www.moodlenews.com/2018/gdpr-proof-your-plugin-with-moodles-privacy-api-and-this-screencast/ If you are interested in making your plugin compliant with GDPR and staying on the European Moodle admins’ friendly side, the latest screencast by Moodle HQ is a must-see. It guides you towards implementing the Privacy API, Moodle’s solution for a compliant process of personal data management and traceability. Plugins can use the Privacy…

Implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in a Moodle Plugin – Part 4

Source: http://tandl.churchward.ca/2018/06/implementing-moodles-privacy-api-in_18.html   Continuing the series on implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in my questionnaire plugin, I will add code to handle all of the questionnaire data. I did my smaller test set, but now I need to get a fully working implementation. To start with, I need to add all of the potential response data to…

Implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in a Moodle Plugin – Part 3

Source: http://tandl.churchward.ca/2018/06/implementing-moodles-privacy-api-in_6.html Continuing the series on implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in my questionnaire plugin, I will add code to handle deletion of user data. The documentation indicates that there are two functions to implement. The delete_data_for_all_users_in_contexthandles deleting all users’ data for a provided context when a defined retention period has expired. The retention period is part of the new…

Implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in a Moodle Plugin – Part 2

Mike Churchward Source: http://tandl.churchward.ca/2018/06/implementing-moodles-privacy-api-in.html   In part 1, I began implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in my questionnaire plugin, in order to meet the requirements of the GDPR. In this post, I will add the specific code to do this. I have a skeleton file in place, that includes all of the class and function specifications that I…

Implementing Moodle’s Privacy API in a Moodle Plugin – Part 1

Source: http://tandl.churchward.ca/2018/05/implementing-moodles-privacy-api-in.html The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR has now come into effect. Essentially it is a regulation in EU law designed to protect the privacy of online data for individuals within the EU. As such, any online service providers who work within the EU, or have members from the EU, need to address their…