GDPR tools for Django sites
Tools to help manage your users’ data in the age of GDPR
- Find, export and anonymise personal data to comply with GDPR requests
- Track anonymisation and deletion of personal data to replay after restoring backups
- Anonymise all models to sanitise working copies of a production database
Supports Django 2.2 to 3.1, on Python 3.5 to 3.8.
See the full documentation for details of how GDPR-assist works; in particular:
Install with pip install django-gdpr-assist, add gdpr_assist to Django’s INSTALLED_APPS and add a gdpr_log definition to DATABASES.
Then start adding privacy metadata to your models:
class Comment(models.Model): name = models.CharField(max_length=255, blank=True) age = models.IntegerField(null=True, blank=True) message = models.TextField() class PrivacyMeta: fields = ['name', 'age'] search_fields = ['name'] export_fields = ['name', 'age', 'message']
This will allow you to anonymise and export data in this model using the standard gdpr-assist admin tool. You can also configure anonymisation or deletion of a related model to trigger anonymisation of your model, and can manually register a PrivacyMeta for third-party models without modifying their code.
Anonymisation and deletion events for models registered with gdpr-assist are logged for replay after a backup restoration with the gdpr_rerun management command. When you need to work with a copy of the production data, there is also the anonymise_db command, which will anonymise the whole database.
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