it doesn't matter, I expected that kind of response.
If you live in the European Union, I invite you to consult your equivalents to the French CNIL which corresponds to the data protection authority of your country (European DPA).CHItA wrote: ↑Sun May 20, 2018 2:44 pmThis was also already answered. Don't process them based on consent and then you don't have to (except on a case by case basis if the author requests it and the request is reasonable). If you process them based on consent then you probably have to remove the personal data from the posts and probably from quotes, replies, whatever else.
so you can see that it is up to the user to specify the pages in which he wishes to delete his personal data. Moreover, you will find that he must also indicate a valid reason for his request.Dear,
Information about me is currently posted on your website on the following pages:
[ Url ]
Also, in accordance with article 38 of the law "Informatique et Libertés" of January 6, 1978 modified, thank you for removing the following information:
[ info_to_remove ].
I wish this information to be deleted because:
[ reason_of_deletion ]
I thank you for doing the necessary to ensure that these pages are no longer referenced by search engines.
I remind you that you have a maximum of two months following receipt of this letter to respond to my request (Article 94 of the Decree of 20 October 2005 for the application of the law of 6 January 1978 as amended).
Please accept, Madam and Sir, the expression of my best regards.
It doesn't matter, I go on to say that "The response of the blog/forum is not satisfactory"Blog, forum
You want to delete or anonymize personal data or contributions
Address your request to the blog / forum where the information is posted. His answer may be the anonymisation of your contributions.
To know: if you use a pseudonym you will be able to exercise your rights "computer science and freedoms" only if you can demonstrate that it identifies you indirectly.
Whouaaa, it's Christmas before the time. ^^If the blog/forum has anonymized your contributions, the CNIL considers this answer sufficient for the protection of your data.
In other cases, send a complaint to the CNIL.
Documents to provide in support of your approach: a copy of your initial request and, if it answered, a copy of its answer.
These elements are essential to the investigation of your complaint.
In the second point, you can read :European Data Protection Regulation: what do you need to know?
1. Where to find the text?
2. When will the European Regulation be applicable?
3. What are the changes made by the European Regulation for professionals?
4. What are the changes made by the European Regulation for citizens?
So if you have a community and non-commercial forum or you are not a part of an association, you are not concerned.It applies to all companies (including their works councils), administrations and associations that process personal data.
Well, then they have misinterpreted what is actually written in GDPR horribly. It is a misunderstanding of the regulation at least as much as claiming that the only basis for processing is consent. The ICO has pretty good explanation on the regulation along with some checklists and as this is an EU regulation the application of it should be fairly similar all over the EU, thus if the ICO says something is fine then your local authotority will also see it that way.LaxSlash1993 wrote: ↑Sun May 20, 2018 6:35 pmThis law's getting dangerous. I'm starting to see threads of people broadcasting that they've disabled webserver and database server logging on their systems, and broadcasting it as a bonus of using their services/sites. Do we want to take bets on how long it will be before hackers just nail the Hell out of these sites and services?
Nothing to do with that - it is about GDPR
Do you have a "new" privacy statement?
Hi David, thanks for your reply.
I do not have any "New Privacy Statement". I am actually happy as everything was working so far, but I am concern about the fact that all websites I am register and sending emails about similar subjects, so I do not know if there is something that I should also do in my forum to do not break any law.
The answer is NO to all the question. Thank you veeeery much, now i am much more relax about all this matter.tlem wrote: ↑Fri May 25, 2018 5:21 pm- Do you collect more information than the phpBB need for its operation?
- Is your forum commercial?
- Do you sell the information collected?
- Have you installed extensions that collect data from your users for an external company?
- Are your database backups on the cloud?
If the answer is no for each question, for me you have nothing special to do.
If you are afraid of being disturbed by an unscrupulous user, you can simply indicate in your forum's policy basic elements such as those that you can read in the various mails you receive concerning the GDPR update.
However, you remain responsible for the User's Personal Data, so you must be clear about your Protection Policy.
She also said that 90% of the emails asking people to resubscribe to lists were unnecessary. If people are on lists because they chose to be there, there is no problem unless the nature of the emails has changed.She said small organisations should relax and apply a simple test: would a person expect to get a message from you?
She gives as an example a swimming club. You would expect to get a newsletter about opening times at the pool or meetings. You would not expect your details to be passed without your consent to a company selling swimming costumes.
Facebook does not operate in the EU but needs to send out enlightenmentdavid63 wrote: ↑Fri May 25, 2018 10:20 amNothing to do with that - it is about GDPRDo you have a "new" privacy statement?
Do you live/operate your board in the EU?
As from today if you are in the EU then sending an email to all of your members nay be considered as a breach of the regulations unless all of your members have agreed to being emailed.
If you are not in the EU then you have nothing to worry about.
Thats been my thinking all along, people do love a good panic, it makes them feel alive. I have to say I’ve been going the route of the author. I’ve been unsubscribing to lots of places I never knew (remembered?) I had, one was from 2008, how did I forget that one? Yesterday I had one from Google that started “Dear Partner”; what? Unsubscribed and gone! Life is much quieter.
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