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2019-01-12 13:50
jailbird
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What happened to scener's photos? Is this a bug or some kind of a privacy issue... stuff?

Just as the title says ^

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2019-01-14 06:25
Hein

Registered: Apr 2004
Posts: 842
Quote: The funny thing with GPDR.. I don't think anyone will track and follow whatever you're doing. I'm not doing a jack shit with my business website to make it more GPDR-compliant. Come and jail me. Oh, and I don't have that piece of paper around that I should have to show if anyone asks.

GDPR is meant for your customers. Your customers are your income, no?
2019-01-14 11:59
Aomeba

Registered: Jul 2005
Posts: 17
Quote: GDPR is meant for your customers. Your customers are your income, no?

Sure. I just think the GDPR decision was rushed and it's a too big, one size fits all solution to a very real problem. For a small business like mine, with no client database to speak of.
2019-01-14 14:47
Mr.Ammo
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Posts: 228
Quoting Aomeba
Sure. I just think the GDPR decision was rushed and it's a too big, one size fits all solution to a very real problem. For a small business like mine, with no client database to speak of.

GDPR: 15 years in the making (first proposal on 22-06-2011). It entered into force on 24-05-2016. After a leniency period of two years, the local data protection agencies have received their power to actually enforce the regulation. This was May last (2018).

I would not call this a rushed decision.
2019-01-15 18:59
TheRyk

Registered: Mar 2009
Posts: 707
@Sense: After all, it's users who up their profile including pics, so I think blaming site admins for spread of stoned photos due to GDPR is kinda stupid even if it is possible now. Though I wouldn't like what has just happened to a bunch of German politicians (private data published by some skript kid), I sometimes think you can not protect attention whores from their own stupidity

@Run-your-own-CSDb killer argument: Hey, all we're saying is that if someone wants to cause trouble for the host of a warez database, he will finde other reasons than GDPR anyway.
2019-01-15 19:23
Groepaz

Registered: Dec 2001
Posts: 9160
Quote:
After all, it's users who up their profile including pics

the problem are users who add this kind of data for other sceners, not themselves. and thats much more common than you think :)
2019-01-19 12:07
Jazzcat

Registered: Feb 2002
Posts: 993
Blablablablabla.

Just host them somewhere else.
2019-01-19 13:34
hedning

Registered: Mar 2009
Posts: 2749
Quote: Blablablablabla.

Just host them somewhere else.


Does not help as you are still linking them and includes them in the database.
2019-01-22 22:13
No-XS

Registered: Mar 2002
Posts: 76
Easiest way to convince you:

Think of all the c64 sceners here, and honestly say you don't think 1 of them is crazy enough to start complaining? :)

A valid complaint for breaching GDPR as a 'organisation' (which CSDB is) can result in monetary penalty, requiring organisations to pay up to £500,000 for serious breaches of the Data Protection Act occurring on or after 6 April 2010
2019-01-23 01:42
Mr.Ammo
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Posts: 228
Quoting No-XS
[...] requiring organisations to pay up to £500,000 for serious breaches of the Data Protection Act occurring on or after 6 April 2010

You've must have been looking at some old UK data protection act (hence the GBP in the fine). GDPR exists since 2016 and is in full effect since end may 2018.
2019-01-23 11:43
No-XS

Registered: Mar 2002
Posts: 76
Quote: Quoting No-XS
[...] requiring organisations to pay up to £500,000 for serious breaches of the Data Protection Act occurring on or after 6 April 2010

You've must have been looking at some old UK data protection act (hence the GBP in the fine). GDPR exists since 2016 and is in full effect since end may 2018.


Ah yes. I copied that from a google link, since I didn't know the amounts. Didn't read the sentence quite right I guess . But again: it costs a lot!
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