General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Over the past few months, you might have heard about the GDPR, a regulation in EU law dealing with data protection and privacy for all people who live in the European Union (EU). Ok, so I’m in Canada, why am I talking about this? Because some of you, dear readers are in the EU and for that reason my site has to be GDPR compliant.
What does this mean for you, the reader (in or out of the EU)?
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3. Cookies and checkboxes
When you read my site from within the EU, a few different things will happen (or should!). You should see a Consent Management Platform (CMP) pop-up from my ad network, as required (see below).
I think that’s it for now. If you notice anything strange or something that doesn’t seem quite right, please send me an email (if you can, send a screenshot of what’s going on so I can fix it!).