And what is in the server error log?
No, because the Admin is also a user and as such is required to accept the policy. If you had accepted the policy then you would have been able to login.
That doesn't seem to be the opinion of the EU, and their absurd "right to be forgotten" which is actually expanded and reinforced by the GDPR. It all seems very Orwellian "Ministry of Truth" to me though; if something is true and honest then individuals should not have the right to expunge it from history just because it doesn't suit them or they feel it is now irrelevant.
Unfortunately, that's not the case. For example under the EU existing law, which has been around for a few years now, the UK High Court recently banned Google from returning any search results about a crime committed (and tried in a British court case) dating back over 10 years, on the basis that the lawfully convicted person said it was now influencing his current standing. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-43752344 . That's why I think this legislation is Orwellian, it is trying to rewrite inconvenient history.
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