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    Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

    Alexander- will Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation affect grooby forum or other grooby sites like grooby dating?

    what else do you see coming in the future of sexual freedom on the internet? are there going to be any more bills, laws etc. coming down the line to take away out rights or freedom on internet.

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    Hi Liz, GDPR is about protecting consumers, requiring websites to be clear about what information they collect, and how it's handled once collected. There will be a pop-up consent coming shortly to most sites. I can't tell what the future will bring, but it's probably a good idea to elect politicians who don't care what consenting adults get up to.

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    Alexander- all web browsers e.g. chrome, edge, firefox, are now pushing https how will this affect grooby forum.

    i feel threatened by this also, it will cost me a lot to ssl my site.

    2/3 of the internet are now flagged with your connection is not secure, e.g. "Your connection to this site is not secure. You should not enter any sensitive information on this site (for example passwords or credit cards) because it could be stolen by attackers"

    i really feel the only attackers are the developers of google. i think that if a site is not https with a ssl cert. google may delete all analytical data for that site from there database and google analytics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    it's probably a good idea to elect politicians who don't care what consenting adults get up to.
    Sadly in the UK at least that is very unlikely. You only have to look at the amount of consensual acts which are now illegal and could end in prosecution should you indulge in them. We in the UK were very late legalising HC porn and it wasn't until around 2000/2001 when you could no longer be arrested to owning it. Since then though nearly every Govt has tried to put the genie back in the bottle with more and more acts falling foul of some law or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozzer32 View Post
    We in the UK were very late legalizing Hard Core porn and it wasn't until around 2000/2001...........

    UK wants to block all porn sites en-masse, that dont comply with strict UK content rules by end 2018, under the Digital Economy Act.

    this will be a sad day



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    Hi Liz,
    the SSL thing will not affect the forum.
    SSL is a good thing as far as privacy and security goes, but I think they're going a bit over board in the the zeal to make everything SSL.

    SSL is very useful for connections where sensitive data is transferred, think medical info, financial info, e-mail etc. but not very useful for websites such as ours (apart from the join pages where we have always had SSL to protect your data, and the login pages which are now SSL).

    I have not heard anything about Google deleting analytics data, that would be counterproductive for them as they would lose the vast majority of data collected.

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