@anonymous-piwik-user opened this issue on February 22nd 2010

In some european countries like France or Germany, it is not allowed to save the IP address of a visitor (due to data privacy laws). This plugin overwrites the IP of a current visitor with zero. ## How to install - download the plugin - unzip it into the plugins directory - activate it Attention: If you're using other plugins like GeoIP, make sure that this plugins runs at last, otherwise GeoIP can't work. To check the order, look in your config/config.ini.php. In the section [NoIpPlugin must be last. It should look like this:[BR] Plugins_Tracker[= Provider[BR] Plugins_Tracker[= GeoIP[BR] Plugins_Tracker[= NoIpPlugin[BR]

Keywords: IP data privacy

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 22nd 2010

Attachment: No IP Plugin files NoIpPlugin.zip

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 25th 2010

Attachment: NoIP-Plugin v 0.2 NoIpPlugin_0.2.zip

@mattab commented on February 22nd 2010

You have a good point that plugins should execute in given orders. I created to ticket to improve the hooks functionnality: #1169

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 25th 2010

Version 0.2 uses the Tracker.saveVisitorInformation hook, so order of plugins is not important any more.

@robocoder commented on February 28th 2010

Do you plan to continue developing this plugin? One idea is to add a table lookup (by country) that specifies the number of octets to mask (vs hard-coded at 2) for visitors from that country (vs everyone). This would require some research as I don't know of a list of all countries with such privacy rules. Such a list would also be subject to change, e.g., the court in France recently ruled that IP addresses are not considered personal information.

Otherwise, let us know if we should close this ticket, as it somewhat dupes #692.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on February 28th 2010

This ticket can be closed. I'm glad to see that it's implemented in [1877]. Current privacy rules in countries like Germany or France are unstable and may change in the near future. I think the effort of making the plugin country specific is not worth the benefit.

@robocoder commented on February 28th 2010

Ok.

This issue was closed on December 2nd 2010
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