This article was updated on 24 February 2020
But before we do that, let's go through some questions
So EVEN if you are in the USA, or Canada, or Asia, or anywhere in the world, if you have website visitors from inside the EU, you are subject to GDPR. The only way to by pass this is to actively block traffic from the EU. I've seen some websites do this, but I personally think this is a bit over the top, I mean why shut out a whole continent, just because you have to stick to some rules?
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