Y'all are a bunch of wankers!

Special member states and GDPR

It seems absolutely no one knows which if any of these entities are covered by the GDPR.

It's probably not all of them. But it might be some since some are part of the EU such as Gibraltar (GI). GI is definitely part of the EU and thus under the GDPR, but no one is discussing this and it's not included in the lists any one is using of IP ranges present in GDPR jurisdictions. And given that GI is almost certainly under GDPR, which others of these are as well?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_member_state_territories_and_the_European_Union

Corporate legal says "We don't know the answer". They've consulted with international attorneys who say they are looking into it, but the answer is unclear.

EU bitches that people didn't get ready in 2 years, well shit, they haven't even described what the GDPR really is or where it applies. For example, more than half the EU entities have local VARIATIONS on GDPR, some which are legislated, others in process of being legislated, and the ones that don't have variations are working on their own personal little flair to the GDPR. So you can't even make a GDPR rule, you have to account for the 20-30 different forms, each from a different IP address. Or not. What if a Slovenian is living in France, or the British Virgin Islands?
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 11:18am
You can't do it by ip address

Gdpr applies to eu citizens

So if a French citizen is residing in the USA,  and has a us ip, the Gdpr shit still applies.
Permalink MobyDobie 
June 13th, 2018 12:09pm
I have read that that is absolutely not true and the blogs claiming so don't know WTF they are on about.

EU guy in US, GDPR doesn't apply while he's using internet in US.

EU person in EU, definitely applies.

EU State A person living in EU State B, does State A or State B law apply? What if he is passing through of visiting and not residing? Unknown.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 12:14pm
Fuck the EU
Permalink Ruseman 
June 13th, 2018 12:43pm
The law applies to processing eu citizens data.

If you lived in the EU you would already know that it also covers offline data such as phone and mail.  Do think you can apply ip address in such cases?

If you are in the EU and process data, the applicable law country you reside in.  Since all EU countries are considered to meet a minimum standard.

If you are outside the EU, the nationality of the citizen's law applies.  You should also be aware that some citizens brave multiple nationalities,  in which case both or all country's laws apply.

Enjoy
Permalink MobyDobie 
June 13th, 2018 1:10pm
Sorry man but that's just total bullshit, it isn't the law, and you're pulling it out of your ass either because you're trolling, or because you're ignorant. Either case, what's the point? This is a serious issue we are dealing with and you're just squatting down and spewing diarrhea. You're not helping.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 1:26pm
https://www.emarsys.com/en/resources/blog/faqs-about-general-data-protection-regulation/

Do I need to worry about GDPR if I’m not in the European Union?

The short answer is, yes. If your business is communicating with consumers in the EU, or if you process or hold personal data of EU citizens (****regardless of whether or not they reside in the EU****), then GDPR will affect you.


https://www.cleverbridge.com/corporate/are-you-ready-for-the-gdpr/

For the purposes of the GDPR, “personal data” refers to any piece of online ****or offline**** data that can identify a person, indirectly or directly. Such data can include a person‘s name, email address, IP address, contact details, geographic location, or even posts on social media accounts.



Given your last response,  I'm no longer inclined to comment, other than to prove you're an arse hole.
Permalink MobyDobie 
June 13th, 2018 2:34pm
https://www.emarsys.com/en/resources/blog/faqs-about-general-data-protection-regulation/

Do I need to worry about GDPR if I’m not in the European Union?

The short answer is, yes. If your business is communicating with consumers in the EU, or if you process or hold personal data of EU citizens (****regardless of whether or not they reside in the EU****), then GDPR will affect you.


https://www.cleverbridge.com/corporate/are-you-ready-for-the-gdpr/

For the purposes of the GDPR, “personal data” refers to any piece of online ****or offline**** data that can identify a person, indirectly or directly. Such data can include a person‘s name, email address, IP address, contact details, geographic location, or even posts on social media accounts.



Given your last response,  I'm no longer inclined to comment, other than to prove you're an arse hole.
Permalink MobyDobie 
June 13th, 2018 2:34pm
The EU do have a long history of passing totally impractical laws.
Permalink Alan Dershowitz 
June 13th, 2018 2:46pm