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Member Since 13 Jan 2017
Offline Last Active Mar 14 2018 11:42 AM

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In Topic: Gdpr Policy In The Eu

14 March 2018 - 09:28 AM

You'll be able to control that on-site, but for 3rd parties like Google, various post-sale email services, etc. it will be difficult since very few of them provide any "delete" function within their API's.  And many just give the merchant a chunk of javascript to integrate into their post-order processing and many merchants usually have very little idea what they are sending to the 3rd parties.


Not sure if you've ever tried to delete a post somewhere, but sending info out is made very easy.  Getting it back (or deleting it) is much more problematic especially after big-data gets their hands on it.


That's why services like Google have to provide a function to "forget" aswell in the EU, Google actually already has it, same thing for every other Bigdata collector that operates or provides services in the EU

In Topic: Gdpr Policy In The Eu

13 March 2018 - 07:31 PM

The customer does not have to be able to delete his account information himself, however he should be able to file in a form with a request to delete his account information.

It should be clear to the customer which information is collected by CS.cart and why it is.

The customer has to authorize that the shop stores his information.

If customer information or name is indexed by searchengines that information has to be re-indexed when a customer's profile is being deleted.

As far as i can tell it IS allowed to save the data, like products, but everything that has to do with the customer, cookies, ip address, name, contact information, everything has to be erased. Changing a name to "DELETED" with a number or something IS allowed as long everything else is destroyed.

In Topic: Webkul Pos

02 March 2018 - 07:45 PM

It's only a couple weeks old, but i like the demo. We're going to buy it for a customer next week.

My experience with webkul is very good aswell.


They've already mentioned to me that they are working on updates, like Returns/RMA directly from the POS.

In Topic: Copy Product Languages To Other Languages

18 May 2017 - 10:02 AM

Yeah, this is something someone or CS Cart has to look into.

The whole integrated language system is a bit hard to work with.

In Topic: Copy Product Languages To Other Languages

11 May 2017 - 07:37 AM

Hi Oleg,


Whilst that is the case on some variables, it is not on the product description. Isn't there any way, maybe with an shortcode, to load the product description from a selected language?


About that Cloud Translation, is there a working backend demo available?