Is Smart Slider 3 GDPR compliant?
The answer to this question is not that simple, but basically yes, Smart Slider 3 is GDPR compliant if you make it so.
Connection between you, the Smart Slider 3 user and the visitor of your website
Smart Slider 3 calls in Google Fonts by default, if they are used anywhere on the slider. And Google Fonts do track visitor data, so the options you have:
- From Smart Slider 18.104.22.168. at our Font settings we have a Save Fonts Locally option. This can save down the Smart Slider used Google Fonts for the frontend of your website. So with this option you can use Google fonts without issues, as they will be served from your own domain.
- At the Font settings you can turn them off completely.
- Save them down and use them in the Pro version's Video layer or other mp4 video options.
- Don't use them.
Maintain slide session
Connection between you, the Smart Slider 3 user and us, Nextendweb
You will be connected to our website by doing these actions:
- Updating Smart Slider 3's pro version
- Checking for updates
- Using the slide library
- Importing sample sliders
Youtube videos in the admin area
GDPR is still questionable after years of existance, as it doesn't specifically addresses every website related matter. Because of this not even lawyers can answer everything with 100% confidence. As we aren't lawyers, only programmers, we cannot take responsibility for making sure your website is GDPR compliant with our slider on it and if this is very important for you, you will have to consult with someone, who is expert in this field. What we can do is, that if you see any issues, tell us about it and we can discuss it, if there could be codechanges made from our end.