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    Facebook would work for me although I don't add much to the forum for various reasons.

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    I haven't been using Facebook since 7 years. I don't really like it. I would prefer a solution with GDR-compliant webpage (but I also know that this takes efforts to do so). I appreciate MM effort to create the Webpage GDR-compliant and still in place. Thank you!!!

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    This week I have received >20 e-mails from websites I am signed up with regarding compliance with GDPR and Privacy.
    As the subscriber, it feels that this matter is a required compliance disclosure for when someone signs up for a website and is just another CYA disclosure to bring the subject to the forefront.

    Hope you have made progress and the solution ends up being a simple one.

    Wishing everyone a good holiday weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiedyed1 View Post
    This week I have received >20 e-mails from websites I am signed up with regarding compliance with GDPR and Privacy.
    As the subscriber, it feels that this matter is a required compliance disclosure for when someone signs up for a website and is just another CYA disclosure to bring the subject to the forefront.

    Hope you have made progress and the solution ends up being a simple one.

    Wishing everyone a good holiday weekend!
    Still noodling it. The solution may be that we no longer issue emails from the site.
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    This stooge is very grateful for all that you do and will follow you to FB; however I like the anonymity that the current site provides whereas facebook is more into the social thing which I tend to shy away from.
    99 percent of Politicians give the rest a bad name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary611 View Post
    This stooge is very grateful for all that you do and will follow you to FB; however I like the anonymity that the current site provides whereas facebook is more into the social thing which I tend to shy away from.
    Well, not necessarily. You can set your Facebook protections so that only friends can see your pics and whatnots and though I think they want you to use your real name I know people who use their first two names, leaving off the third and then set protections to make them unfindable by searches. Your profile picture can be one of your dog or cat (very common) and your background pic one of the ocean. None of this will prevent you from joining a Mr. Market group provided he recognizes you so he lets you into the group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Well, not necessarily. You can set your Facebook protections so that only friends can see your pics and whatnots and though I think they want you to use your real name I know people who use their first two names, leaving off the third and then set protections to make them unfindable by searches. Your profile picture can be one of your dog or cat (very common) and your background pic one of the ocean. None of this will prevent you from joining a Mr. Market group provided he recognizes you so he lets you into the group.
    Well, not entirely right. Yes, you strike valid points in the above, but, you do give up a bit of privacy. I've been on FB for several years, my full name is out there ( I will not change all of the above) If someone does a search on you they do get enough info on you without friending you, try it on someone; I like this site and if it moves to FB, you will give up some privacy if you already have an account.
    99 percent of Politicians give the rest a bad name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary611 View Post
    Well, not entirely right. Yes, you strike valid points in the above, but, you do give up a bit of privacy. I've been on FB for several years, my full name is out there ( I will not change all of the above) If someone does a search on you they do get enough info on you without friending you, try it on someone; I like this site and if it moves to FB, you will give up some privacy if you already have an account.
    Consumingly interesting. I now see that if on Facebook one goes to settings and then privacy one has a choice to keep search engines OUTSIDE of Facebook from finding you. Mayhap this is why girls change their ids to something without their last name because you can still be seen from inside Facebook. In any case one can hide lots of stuff from people. Once we are inside a group I don't know, guess strangers there can see you. This does not really trouble me because I've always had to keep things hidden but you are right, it's less private. I have been snagged by people befriending my friends and then they can do/see things on my id that others can't.


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    I am going to wait and see if anyone actually gets tangled up by this before I make any changes. I'm still not sure whether or not I will be sending out any emails though. I could use Constant Contact to send out the emails, but that would be a pain. Does anyone care if they receive emails or not?
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    I check here more often than I check my email... so although it's nice to have the emails, as long as I can still find it here, I'm just as happy, and won't be missing anything.

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