Twitter has some opinions on #GDPR.
— @rianjohnson (Yes, the director of The Last Jedi)
Finds deserted island
a message in a bottle washes onto the beach
— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) May 24, 2018
— Luke Stevens (@lukestevens) May 24, 2018
just got a GDPR email from a company with every single recipient accidentally CCd in. Great start lads
— ben (@b3nfox) May 24, 2018
It is May 24th.
You work in tech.
— DM of Engineering (@dmofengineering) May 24, 2018
— Joe M. Turner (@turnermagic) May 25, 2018
— ᴘᴀᴘᴇʀʙᴇᴀᴛssᴄɪssᴏʀs (@paperbeatstweet) May 24, 2018
— Mayhew Foundation 🔜 SW:C (@TheWookieeRoars) May 24, 2018
I had no idea until this week just how many random things on the internet I was subscribed to. Thank you, EU! #GDPR
— Berkubernetus (@fuzzychef) May 24, 2018
*front of card*
To My Wife, On Our Anniversary
— Janie (@janie) May 24, 2018
Live from the office of every company just getting serious about GDPR compliance. pic.twitter.com/QmRhrPYbjU
— Jake Williams (@MalwareJake) May 23, 2018
— Matthew Vernhout (@EmailKarma) May 24, 2018
I'm a pretty private person, generally keep to myself.
— Kevin Murphy (@kwmurphy) May 24, 2018
Just letting you know you can't use your lights anymore because we're slathering your data around and GDPR is here.
good luck! bye! pic.twitter.com/3ZI2WkqPAI
— Internet of Shit (@internetofshit) May 24, 2018
Hey I just met you
and this is crazy
But here's my number
so I, the data subject, has given explicit consent to the processing of this personal data for one or more specified purposes per article 9 section 2A of the General Data Protection Regulation (#GDPR) to call me maybe
— John Egan (@jegania) May 24, 2018
— Sarah O'Connor (@sarahoconnor_) May 23, 2018
Happy GDPR eve pic.twitter.com/5nnRiczHGV
— TwistedDoodles (@twisteddoodles) May 24, 2018
I can only hope that the companies who say I have to opt-in to continue receiving information from them really leave me alone after tomorrow. #GDPRcompliance
— Laura Atkins (@wise_laura) May 24, 2018