We are happy to present you our new Magento 1 extension – GDPR.

Gather, store and process clients’ data in a transparent way to fully meet the requirements of the latest data protection regulation terms. Timely update your privacy policy and email users about the changes. Ask your clients for consent and let them download, anonymize or request to delete the personal data.


The EU’s GDPR has already come into force. The fact that the regulation affects any online business even if it’s not located in one of the European countries forces many merchants to comply with the latest requirements.

Say, you do business in the US. You have no chance to ignore the updated EU’s requirements scot-free in case you process personal data of EU citizens, including employee data. It’s no matter if you are located on another continent if the data processing takes place outside the EU or conducted by 3d parties. Once the data belongs to an EU citizen, you have to comply with the new requirements.

If you have already compiled a Magento GDPR compliance checklist, we’re going to add an item to this list, namely GDPR extension for Magento 1. With the new tool, you’ll manage to meet the requirements with fewer resources and welcome efforts to improve your Magento GDPR strategy efficiency.



  • Update your privacy policy to meet the up-to-date legislation requirements: set the privacy policy title, version, status, text;
  • Supply the checkout and registration pages with a privacy policy agreement checkbox to request users’ consent to their personal data processing;
  • Use two separate grids for customers who agreed to the privacy policy terms (a) Customers With Consent and for those who didn’t (b) Customers Without Consent. Let your admins quickly email the requests to customers who didn’t accept the privacy policy;
  • Automatically transfer the users who agreed to the new terms of the privacy policy to the Customers With Consent grid;
  • Monitor store visitors’ actions related to the privacy policy consents and account management;
  • Let customers download a CSV file with their personal information or apply the anonymization option in their users’ accounts;
  • Allow your store admins to collect new consents using a popup window with the new data processing permissions;
  • Guarantee your customers a right to delete their personal data on request. Manage the requests on the Delete Requests grid;
  • Report your customers on the privacy policy updates with the email dispatch. Include a link in the email to accept the new policy. Review the progress of the email sending using the Customer Consents Email Queue;
  • Segment customers by privacy policy consents and export the data to see the effectiveness of the current privacy policy.