GDPR (niche thread)


#141

Might be easier to merge this thread with this one


#142

not for whoever has to merge it, but for me, yeah, whatever.


#143

and that’s more similar than the deus thread that dis mentioned as being similar


#144

those Belgian rockers do fucking LOVE a bit of regulation though


#145

It’s fun to stay at the…


#146

GDPR, Under The Sea


#147

This is good.


#148

keep getting fucking emails about this, still don’t know what it is


#149

Subs & Soda
Little Analytics


#150

Does this mean I won’t get emails any more?

i dont need emails


#151

Yes, you don’t have to look at any emails ever from the end of May.


#152

It might screw over anyone who relies on web stats too. Our organisation is adding an opt-in for all cookies, including Google Analytics (as they’re not business essential). Since no-one is going to opt in, that’s basically the end of stats :sob:

Until I get the server log sorted I suppose FINE ffs


#153

I’m enjoying ignoring all the emails requesting to stay connected, hopefully spam free inbox soon


#154

and if your boss says otherwise, just tell them I told you so


#155

Theo said I have the power to merge threads now, but didn’t say how.

I accidentally made it a wiki and then changed it back.

I did it!


#156

Because I’m the (data) architect


#157

Been interesting to see how different companies are approaching it. Some have been super formal, explaining what GDPR is, others have been like terrifying exes HEY ARE WE STILL FRIENDS WE WANT TO STAY IN TOUCH


GDPR (5 character limit text)
#158

Lol - regular occurrence in my life too!


#159

I suppose I should get my boss to check if we can still do voice recognition tuning. I’ve got a hunch from ICO’s guidance we may not be allowed any more.


#160

I’m one of the youngest people in our organisation of 2,500 people so even explaining the basics of data protection to my colleagues is proving difficult.