GDPR applies equally wherever in the world you are. It relates to the data subjects (residents of the EU), not to where the corporations are located. Anyone telling you otherwise is another charlatan in a crowded GDPR field.
Do users not have to give an email address address to sign up? It should be an easy matter to email all the users and let them know what’s happening. If the website is not gone for good, then it’s a way of reminding dormant users to get back online and start ranting again.
Politics.ie was taken down because there’s a huge argument going in UK at the moment about “anti-Semitism” in the UK Labour Party, many Politics.ie messagers are based in UK and their opinions are way too accurate for “the authorities” to ignore, their comments had to be shut down in case of being picked up by stalwarts in the UK. Stand by for Politics.ie to come back on line once the UK Labour Party “anti-Semitism” row has been resolved (and Corbyn removed from leadership which was the whole aim of the agitators all along).
As ‘anti-semitism’ is just a derogatory term for ‘pro-Palestinian’, the Brits are in real trouble.
Any attempt to reveal this as such would highlight ‘Jewish activism’ as little more than Israeli govt interference in domestic politics.
Thats very untrendy at the moment; right up there with criticising transexual lesbian vegetarians or foreign govts interfering in domestic politics.
All bad. But good.
Depending on which of the bad sides you think is good.
Or which of the bad guys ideas you know to be right-on.
What were we talking about, again?
God…I’m so confused. Its as though there was a systematic attempt to disassemble and befuddle.
Like someone had hired psychologists, cultural specialists and etymologists to discombobulate the whole shebang…