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New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 08:36:19


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New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 09:16:19


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I don't like it. It only adds more bureaucracy to the table and because each member has different regulations on privacay, is making things much complex. It's unfortunate to see my nation privacay laws get overruled by this one.
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 12:20:44


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isnt the EU law the most strict ? ..or is the belgian even more strict?

i mean ..my question is: is warlight ready for those new laws? ..if not they could face serious problems.
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 16:41:11


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Given that you posed this in general, I assume you wonder how these new rules will affect wz.

Nada? WZ don't really collect any privacy information, except IP and email. And those can easily be covered by the legitimate interest clause I think. I suppose you could email wz now, and request that they send you the information that they have on you.

The rules as a whole might impact add's online, but hard to see if and how this would impact wz.
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 18:23:29


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well..there is a bunch of stuff the WL staff should be concernd of.
for expample:
parents of minors need to sign a consent form wich states the data used and how it is used.
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/5/2018 21:16:03


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XIII. Children

Warzone.com, LLC. is not directed at people under the age of 13, and Warzone.com, LLC. does not knowingly collect any personal information from such people.


Already covered? Might have to change it to 18?

Oh, and I almost forgot.
https://www.warzone.com/PrivacyPolicy

^Nothing that should be of concern there

Edited 5/5/2018 21:31:31
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/6/2018 00:39:06


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cant say for sure if its covered, but looks good :)
New EU Privacy Regulations 2018: 5/7/2018 00:12:51


knyte 
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I believe the age cutoff for minors is 16 under this law. The other thing that I'm curious about is the new requirement that it should be just as easy to withdraw consent as it is to give it in the first place. You can't exactly delete a Warzone account, and so this site always has your e-mail- but does that matter?

I don't see a lot of small sites freaking out about this. It seems to be more targeted at the advertising side of things.
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