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==Privacy settings==  
 
==Privacy settings==  
  
{{Nuevas características de Moodle 3.4}}En Moodle 3.4.2 en adelante, pued ehabilitarse una 'Verificación de la edad digtal de consentimiento' en 'Configuraciones de privacidad' en la Administración del sitio.
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{{Nuevas características de Moodle 3.4}}En Moodle 3.4.2 en adelante, puede habilitarse una 'Verificación de la edad diigtal de consentimiento' en 'Configuraciones de privacidad' en la Administración del sitio.
  
 
La edad del consentimiento digital por defecto, y la edad en cualquier país en donde difiere del valor por defecto, pueden ser especificadas. Los códigos de países están especificados en la norma [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-2 ISO 3166-2].
 
La edad del consentimiento digital por defecto, y la edad en cualquier país en donde difiere del valor por defecto, pueden ser especificadas. Los códigos de países están especificados en la norma [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-2 ISO 3166-2].
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==Configuraciones de política==
 
==Configuraciones de política==
  
* A site policy may be enabled by entering the URL in 'Policy settings'  in the Site administration. The URL can point to any type of file anywhere online that can be accessed without a log in to your Moodle. It is not recommended that a [[Page resource|page resource]] is used as a site policy, since the site header will be repeated in the iframe (see MDL-30486).
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* A site policy may be enabled by entering the URL in 'Policy settings'  in the Site administration. The URL can point to any type of file anywhere online that can be accessed without a log in to your Moodle. It is not recommended that a [[Recurso página|recurso página]] is used as a site policy, since the site header will be repeated in the iframe (see MDL-30486).
 
* It is recommended that the site policy is on the same domain as Moodle to avoid the problem of Internet Explorer users seeing a blank screen when the site policy is on a different domain.
 
* It is recommended that the site policy is on the same domain as Moodle to avoid the problem of Internet Explorer users seeing a blank screen when the site policy is on a different domain.
 
* The site policy will be displayed in a frame. You can view it via the URL ''<nowiki>yourmoodlesite.org/user/policy.php</nowiki>''.
 
* The site policy will be displayed in a frame. You can view it via the URL ''<nowiki>yourmoodlesite.org/user/policy.php</nowiki>''.
* If [[Email-based self-registration]] is enabled on the site, a link to the site policy is displayed on the signup page.
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* If [[Auto-registro basado en Email]] is enabled on the site, a link to the site policy is displayed on the signup page.
 
* When a site policy URL is set, all users will be required to agree to it when they next log in before accessing the rest of the site.
 
* When a site policy URL is set, all users will be required to agree to it when they next log in before accessing the rest of the site.
* A site policy for guests may also be enabled. Guest users will need to agree to it before accessing a course with [[Guest access]] enabled.
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* A site policy for guests may also be enabled. Guest users will need to agree to it before accessing a course with [[Acceso de invitado]] enabled.
  
 
(In versions of Moodle prior to 3.4.2, the the Site policy URL and Site policy URL for guests settings were located in 'Site policies'.)
 
(In versions of Moodle prior to 3.4.2, the the Site policy URL and Site policy URL for guests settings were located in 'Site policies'.)

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Privacy settings

¡Nueva característica
en Moodle 3.4!
En Moodle 3.4.2 en adelante, puede habilitarse una 'Verificación de la edad diigtal de consentimiento' en 'Configuraciones de privacidad' en la Administración del sitio.

La edad del consentimiento digital por defecto, y la edad en cualquier país en donde difiere del valor por defecto, pueden ser especificadas. Los códigos de países están especificados en la norma ISO 3166-2.

Configuraciones de política

  • A site policy may be enabled by entering the URL in 'Policy settings' in the Site administration. The URL can point to any type of file anywhere online that can be accessed without a log in to your Moodle. It is not recommended that a recurso página is used as a site policy, since the site header will be repeated in the iframe (see MDL-30486).
  • It is recommended that the site policy is on the same domain as Moodle to avoid the problem of Internet Explorer users seeing a blank screen when the site policy is on a different domain.
  • The site policy will be displayed in a frame. You can view it via the URL yourmoodlesite.org/user/policy.php.
  • If Auto-registro basado en Email is enabled on the site, a link to the site policy is displayed on the signup page.
  • When a site policy URL is set, all users will be required to agree to it when they next log in before accessing the rest of the site.
  • A site policy for guests may also be enabled. Guest users will need to agree to it before accessing a course with Acceso de invitado enabled.

(In versions of Moodle prior to 3.4.2, the the Site policy URL and Site policy URL for guests settings were located in 'Site policies'.)

Forzar a los usuarios a ingresar al sitio (identificarse)

En Políticas del sitio en la Administración del sitio:

  • Force users to login by checking the forcelogin checkbox
  • Keep "Force users to login for profiles" enabled to keep anonymous visitors and search engines away from user profiles

Uso de Clave para inscripción

Si se usa Auto inscripción is used, in the Self enrolment settings in the Site administration:

  • Enforce enrolment key usage by ticking the 'Require enrolment key' checkbox
  • Enforce enrolment key complexity by ticking the 'Use password policy' checkbox
  • Disable the Clave de inscripción hint leaving the 'Show hint' checkbox unticked

Hiding user fields

Increase student privacy by hiding user fields which would normally appear on users' profile pages, and in some cases on the course participants page.

The hiddenuserfields setting is in Políticas del usuario in the Site administration.

User fields which may be hidden are:
Description, city/town, country, web page, ICQ number, Skype ID, Yahoo ID, AIM ID, MSN ID, first access, last access, last IP address and my courses.

See also

  • GDPR - GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and refers to the European Union regulation for data protection for all individuals within the European Union
  • Student Privacy forum discussion

Any further questions?

Please post in the Security and Privacy forum on moodle.org.