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Joomla 3.9.0 Privacy Tool Suite has been released. Here is our very casual look at some of the great new features!



- The video is a live stream titled "A Look at Joomla 3.9.0 Privacy Tool Suite Release - 👀 Watch Me Work Live Stream 010 - YouTube."
- The video begins with the host, Tim Davis, introducing Joomla 3.9.0.
- Tim discusses updating his Joomla site to version 3.9 and mentions plans to show how to mass update multiple sites.
- Tim briefly talks about the background change in his office.
- Technical issues with the livestream's audio are mentioned and resolved.
- Tim and his friend, Vinnie, discuss their site updates to Joomla 3.9.
- Tim explores the new privacy features in Joomla 3.9, such as confirming requests, creating requests, and extending consent.
- He demonstrates how to create menu items for these privacy features.
- Tim discusses the confirmation email and the process of verifying information requests.
- The capabilities of the privacy system are shown, with the focus on enhancing site policies and privacy policies.
- Tim discusses where to add a privacy policy, either as an article or by creating a new article.
- Tim adds a humorous pirate joke unrelated to the topic.

Please note that the summary is quite lengthy and covers the various topics discussed during the livestream.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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