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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by festive, 24 Feb 2020.

  1. SirGalahad

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    You like making up lies in what I wrote?

    https://www.cnet.com/news/uk-google-users-to-lose-eu-data-protection-due-to-brexit-gdpr/

    Its on every tech website of note.

    Your problem is you never understand the issue before your EU blinkers come on.
     
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  3. fillyboy

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    I'm not calling you a liar per se, your own link even states that GDPR will still apply. I am calling you out on alarmist anti brexit nonsense. If GDPR didn't apply, the US have data
    protection laws, worst case is with some firms we would end up in the position we were prior to 2018 on differing data protection laws for overseas firms.

    Here's another link to an article that acknowledges the world wont end if Google move our data to the US.

    https://www.cbronline.com/opinion/google-data-controller-move

    The EU GDPR and the UK version in the Data protection act 2018 will apply to Google wherever it cites its data centre and UK user’s data. UK law enforcers (and EU ones) will still be able to take action against Google (but this is the same position as today – moving the data centres does not affect this).

    Relax Gal, take a blood pressure tablet, everyting's going to be alright.
     
  4. transam

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    I heard from my source ;) that the EU may want to bring in compulsory insurance for pedestrians.

    And push bikes ;)

    could also be compulsory insurance for swimming ?
     
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  5. noseall

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    Was that the one on your hot dog?
     
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    Well Er since u mention it Noseall :LOL:

    Also compulsory insurance for going on the piste ;) plus there will also be a compulsory breath test be fore being allowed on the piste

    plus a compulsory damage to the enviroment tax for all those going on the piste
     
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  7. motorbiking

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    GDPR has been enshrined in UK law, so leaving the EU will not mean anyone losing protection. It has resulted in 1000s if smaller firms deleting customer data only to have to buy it back from google, Facebook etc.

    it’s done little to change how your data is processed.
     
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  8. Notch7

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    Tufton street is real

    Freeports are a waste of time
     
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  11. JohnD

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    As have just about all EU regulations.

    You'll be telling us next that nothing is going to change.
     
  12. jonbey

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    It's all about the passports!
     
  13. charliegolf

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    Judging by the veracity of your own posts, may I suggest your 'source' is actually an echo?
     
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  14. motorbiking

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    It should be changed - it has been a failure.
     
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    didn't read it then?
     
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  17. Notch7

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    yes I did and it doesn't concur with the headline
     
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