Kodular, Crashlytics and GDPR

From a legal perspective, if you track enough information to indirectly identify a user, it falls under GDPR. That we agree on. Is location and device type enough? I would say it could be argued Yes. My target audience is Lawyers (I am a former lawyer) so I have to be very very careful with how the user interprets.

At the end of the day, we know there is no binary answer. It is not a yes or no. It is about a level of interpretation. For my use and audience, I have to be over the top cautious. For others, they can probably argue a much looser interpretation.

So we are all right :slight_smile:


Yeah, I know
But the data sent is always anonymous, and the strongest sensitive data as said it’s ip geolocation, which isn’t preserved more than 10 seconds
And Fabric is adapted to GDPR, as you can see on their docs, in a way which doesn’t require from user consent as the kind of data used is not “crucial”