Also- this is language not accepted by GDPR. In Europe (and California I believe) you cannot have this statement. Instead, users must have the option to click on an agreement checkbox acknowledging that they agree to PP and TOU. The checkbox is of course mandatory but they must actively click on it
It's on the list https://github.com/unaio/una/issues/823 and has been postboned for quite some time. I hope, we will get it with UNA14, finally. In my country a lawyer is currently sending letters to companies using Google Fonts on their webites, as G Fonts sends IP-Addresses back to America, which is against GDPR law. That lawyer is making a lot of money right now, because some Wordpress plug-ins call G Fonts and the site owner doesn't even know.
Hi dear @LeonidS, Still, this issue has not been fixed yet. I am running UNA 13.1.0-Final and the Agreement text is still showing twice in the Login form of 'Explorer' block on the home Page, I can't find where to disable one of them. Any idea? Thanks