We are excited to announce that the GDPR Right-to-be-forgotten message will include place IDs going forward. Instead of searching every of your games to determine if a user has played it or not, you can just use the place IDs in the message to determine which games to check. Then you can locate the data associated with that user based on your code logic and remove it. Hopefully this will simplify the process for you to comply with GDPR! Below is a sample message you should expect going forward (actual messages may change over time):
We received a right-of-erasure-request for the following User ID(s): XXXX . Please delete this User ID immediately from all of your records (e.g. games, data stores, etc.) from the following Game(s): XXXX, XXXX as this is an obligation under data protection laws. If you would like more information about how to delete a User ID from a data store, please visit our Developer Hub at https://developer.roblox.com/articles/Data-store , https://developer.roblox.com/api-reference/class/GlobalDataStore and https://developer.roblox.com/en-us/articles/managing-personal-information.
Please note that you must delete the User ID from all of your records, and not just from your data stores. The pages linked above are provided for informational purposes and are not intended to provide a comprehensive method of deleting User IDs.
The Roblox Team”
The Roblox Team