In 99.9% of cases it is impossible to enforce
this is quite obviously telling people to break Facebook's T & C's right there
I thought David63 was a senior member, ok maybe not
otherwise what is the comment in 99.9% of cases it is impossible to enforce
You're mixing things up. GPRD is still there and it's mainly about privacy. It has totally nothing to do with trading, so it's not a trade barrier.also, the joint press conference between the US and the EU today is pretty promising that we don't have to worry about this, considering the "zero trade barriers" line and the fact that the GDPR is a huge (data) trade barrier...
Exactly, and the EU is working on removing those sorts of trade restrictions.
Sure it does. Information agencies have been largely quiet on it as well as of late. There hasn't even been any GDPR related investigations opened/publicized yet by the ICO. We all knewt hat this was gonna happen, the law's too big and too unclear to be enforced.It's indeed quieting down, which only means that questions are answered, nobody is making a big fuzz about it anymore. It does -not- mean we can forget about it, that checks will not be done or fine's will not be given.
If it's unreasonable, sure why not?
That's exactly why I created Quoted Where + Anonymise.
There are multiple plug-ins that you can find in order to facilitate your compliancy. Simply put, the core phpBB software does not contain any extra features built for the GDPR. To summarize the points brought up in the many pages of this thread:enter a valid email wrote: ↑Sun Sep 23, 2018 9:04 pmI drive insane with the GDPR...
I read in German many different Case so far so god.
But what does I mean for my Forum?
For example "Affin" delete his account so every Personal Information must be deleted.
That mean also every think who Contain the Username "Affin". Every Quote...
So how does the Software do it?
The Joomla Usergroup work on the problem to geht Joomla 100% Compliant.
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