Jouni Posted May 30, 2018 Share Posted May 30, 2018 9 minutes ago, Lisias said: But I don't want to do business with such cultures. But they are regulating me nevertheless. That's the problem. The problem is that you are misinterpreting GDPR. You read it in a way typical to people in technical professions, who focus too much on the specific wordings and too little on the overall intent. Law doesn't work that way. It's not a technical specification but an ambiguous set of guidelines for dealing with the ambiguities of the real world. People spend years in law schools to learn the right way to interpret it. For us non-lawyers without large enough interests to hire a lawyer, it's better to focus on the intent of the law. If you don't want to do business with Europeans, you can collect the minimal amount of data to determine whether a person is European, make the decision, and throw away the data once you no longer need it. Assuming that you have some kind of online business, you probably don't even collect personal data from the GDPR perspective this way. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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