In the last few days I've being drowning in one million GDPR emails. Today I deleted over 150 emails without opening, as I am losing a will to live. It feels like a harassment.
And there is life beyond blogging and digital world. Just today I was at the funeral, and all this GDPR business pales into insignificance in comparison.
While it might be all clear-cut for bigger businesses and blogs, hobby blogs like mine are at a loss. What are we supposed to do? I've read several "useful" posts, explaining the ins and outs, but am left none the wiser. And if anything, I'm more confused than ever.
It feels like an offer you cannot refuse. Very much mafia-like, when you're supposedly receiving protection without actually understanding what from and why.
Anyway, just to be on the safe side, I think I need to say that due to changes in law, I have to leave some kind of note, informing my readers about GDPR.
Chez Maximka has been live for over 7 years, and is a hobby blog. I have no plans to monetise it.
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