Hi Adam Czajczyk
My basic idea:
-A privacy GDPR superpower plugin make the Terms of Service more advanced. Network admin settings, and subsite settings are possible. With network admin and site admin role settings.
-For the forced pop-up or bar to accept or modify compliance, it seems to me that Hustle is already able to make or style these things. Maybe a privacy GDPR superpower addon in Hustle?
After my quick GDPR read it would likely help me:
-A default optimalizations for WPMUDEV hosted Wordpress installs
-As a WordPress site owner, you first need to publish a detailed policy on which personal data points you’re using, how they are being processed and stored.
-Further, it may be wise to avoid data storage altogether in certain cases.
-Each plugin needs to establish a data flow and inform about the processing of personal data. If you are the developer of a plugin, consider providing users of your plugin an addendum that they may add to their website’s terms in order to make them GDPR compliant. So, if I could set up a addendum to my terms of service arcross my entired Wordpress Network, lock it, so site admins cannot overide it.
Lastly, use others work. From my understanding, other open source project can be build on to make things happen. https://wordpress.org/plugins/gdpr/#description. But, since I am not a GDPR expert, nor a pluging wp expert, I just give my concept of it. I hope others can help you with more ideas about critical, less critical and useless.
(Writing this, I just noticed the Defender Pro industry regulatory disclosure requirment in my setting>privacy>create new page. ...)