So, about the GDPR thing...

Brandon Foster
Brandon Foster

Has anyone actually tried to get their data from Facebook and such? What do they store and is it possible to delete it all? Or is GDPR just a puff of smoke? Just asking out of curiosity since I don't use those "services" which collect your data.

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forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2018/12/14/facebooks-latest-breach-illustrates-the-limits-of-gdpr/
eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679
facebook.com/help/delete_account
gdpr-info.eu/recitals/no-32/

Sebastian Ortiz
Sebastian Ortiz

it's another retarded thread by a retarded OP who can't use a search engine
forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2018/12/14/facebooks-latest-breach-illustrates-the-limits-of-gdpr/
Don't click this link btw. Forbes violates the GDPR themselves by having you to opt out of their tracking shit. Btw opting out takes half a minute and fails at the end when you're using https.
This page transmits information using https protocol. Some vendors cannot receive opt-out requests via https protocols so the processing of your opt-out request is incomplete.
fucking LOL

Connor Collins
Connor Collins

Did YOU read your own linked article? It's about breaches. I'm asking about YOU YOURSELF trying to get your data off Facebook and others.

Thomas Martin
Thomas Martin

Just fuck off, nigger. We all know that technology companies are way above law and that capitalistic swines don't care about (((you))). You can't just ask them to send you the enormous bulk of data they have about you, if you have used phone or clearnet ever.
stop with that nigger spacing, nigger

Landon Ross
Landon Ross

trying to get your data off Facebook

Henry Brooks
Henry Brooks

Okay, so both if you haven't tried it. I'm looking for someone that HAS. You know, for real, practical results.

Elijah Gutierrez
Elijah Gutierrez

I'm looking for someone who is dumb enough to put ones personal data into the botnet
on Zig Forums
I'm sure that there are plenty of fags with botnet accounts but nobody will admit to that here.
Zig Forums is full of LARPers

Aaron Rodriguez
Aaron Rodriguez

I did. There was fuck all since I log into my faceberg literally once a year. None of that shit like phonecalls and texts journalists bitch about because I don't use the app on my phone and never gave my phone number to the site. Maybe I've given a temporary number I haven't had for years if it was mandatory.

I did force a few annoying sites to (supposedly) delete my account by citing GDPR. I'm not actually in the EU, but I figured they don't know that. They never asked anyway, just sent me cucked emails from their "support specialist" but they did stop sending spam.

I can't believe how terribly the whole thing turned out. All that work for EU to pass a yuuuge piece of legislation, and the companies just turned it into a way to make web 2.0 even more obnoxious. They didn't skip a beat, didn't change anything about their business. Kek, somebody should shop that just hair on EU flag

William Russell
William Russell

he has a facebook account
yuuuge piece of legislation
eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679
The GDPR is only 88 pages long.

Easton Cox
Easton Cox

It wasn’t meant to change anything about the internet, but good luck founding your own business now.

Connor Cruz
Connor Cruz

spreading FUD
please explain why the GDPR makes founding a business hard?

Logan Allen
Logan Allen

You have to follow all the shitty guidelines that are meanigless when you are running a small firm, let's say local bookstore. You have to log everything, describe how you are using all the data you are being collecting etc., and most of the time you have to hire one person who does this shit for you. You are not expected to be lawyer, you are not kike neither statist. In a local bookstore that sells old, expensive books that doesn't have any mark of the beast on them, you don't want to run any catalogues and shit. And there comes electronic bills, which are somewhat big investment with which you are sponsoring guberment and kikesoft, that costs somewhat around 1000 eurodollars.
Generally founding a business is more expensive now.

Christopher Phillips
Christopher Phillips

You have to log everything,
Wrong
describe how you are using all the data you are being collecting
That's a good thing though
and most of the time you have to hire one person who does this shit for you.
Wrong.

It is clear that you have no clue what the GDPR actually is yet you are making big claims about how awful it is and the terrible impact it has on muh small businesses.
Kill yourself.

Aaron Adams
Aaron Adams

the corps do what they want and the governments are powerless if not complicit in some cases.

Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson

I'm a based american, so I just log whatever I want indefinitely

Michael Brown
Michael Brown

wrong wrong kys

Provide an argument or I'm SWATting you, Jewpig.

Zachary Ramirez
Zachary Ramirez

based

Provide an argument
no. has to provide an argument.

Jeremiah Bennett
Jeremiah Bennett

From my observation, a widespread result of GDPR is that now many websites show a huge banner claiming how GDPR allows or even necessitates them to gather, process, store and share with 3rd parties data on you by a myriad of means, and if you don't agree then you should just gtfo.

Jordan Jones
Jordan Jones

Has anyone actually tried to get their data from Facebook and such?
Yup. I got 2 GB of data from Facebook and 33 GB from Google.
What do they store
Everything they can. Facebook even had logs of old photos I deleted and contact information, including call and SMS logs, even though I never gave the app permission to access my contacts, call logs and/or SMS.

Google stores even more information, including detailed location data (even though I disabled that option) and Internet history (I don't use Chrome BTW) based on ads and stuff.

Facebook stopped collecting more data about me after the GDPR was in effect though. Google's ad data about me was very outdated since I started blocking third party cookies and scripts and moved almost exclusively to free software.

I already contacted my country's GDPR enforce thingy and sent them a lot of evidence of this, so I hope they do their fucking job and sue the shit out of Facebook and Alphabet.

They told me a lot of companies are still violating the GDPR, and a lot of investigations are taking place right now. Hopefully, after a huge wave of GDPR-related fines comes out, companies will respect it.
and is it possible to delete it all?
Supposedly, yes.

Logan Nguyen
Logan Nguyen

has botnet accounts
reddit spacing

Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Lewis

You're getting SWATted.

Christopher Fisher
Christopher Fisher

unironically cuckchan spacing

go back

Owen Richardson
Owen Richardson

i haven't had a detailed look but i did get facebook and google takeouts (not in gdpr nation,so fucking close to one though)
facebook was from years ago and only had low-moderate usage, and even without giving fake information it listed very inaccurate interests:
some south american football team
iFunny.com
Facebook
Torque (physics)
Steve Jobs
some make a bit of sense but are outdated or misinterpreted. others are literally retarded. i guess you need high usage for any kind of reliability.
of course now my account is filled with bullshit by me coming back once a month to like stupid minion quotes and angican christian pages from france and putting fake bio like being an tumblr otherkin married to a fake cousin i invented. i'll request another takeout to see how well this (allegedly) worked.
~500MB total download, 8MB when omiting messages
google had more alarming things simply because of how much i used to used it (used to Chrome+stock android, think of things like dictionary autocomplete suggestions), even with many or all privacy settings enabled.
there's clearly stuff they don't share (eg demographics/ad interests), i could only find a list of ads interacted with
do you think someone could just change their location to germany, use VPN for a few months and then successfully request GDPR/etc. deletion without them making you prove your citizenship???

Easton Sullivan
Easton Sullivan

F3
facebook.com/help/delete_account
0
Here it is:
facebook.com/help/delete_account
Only thing you can do is, hope they delete it.
However even if they don't delete it, your (((Markbook))) page can't be accessed anymore by plebs and other people can't try to steal your account anymore.

You can also download a report of what data they collected in the settings but it's probably just a tiny amount of what they actually have.

Eli Cook
Eli Cook

They told me a lot of companies are still violating the GDPR
to this day. GDPR is currently laxly enforced.

Jeremiah Garcia
Jeremiah Garcia

Hopefully, after a huge wave of GDPR-related fines comes out, companies will respect it.
Why wouldn't they just leave?

Asher Turner
Asher Turner

Ah, yes. Why wouldn't they simply leave the second biggest market there is instead of adding a couple of parameters to their servers and a small announcement on their website?

No wonder you retards know more than everyone else, have more technical expertise than everyone else; yet you're the only ones not taking advantage of the startup boom to raise millions of dollars. Y'all just talking out of your asses.

Nicholas Davis
Nicholas Davis

businesses dont like extravagent and superfluous fines. also europe is a smaller market than china, india, africa. definitely not second largest market. dumb ass.

Angel Reed
Angel Reed

also europe is a smaller market than china, india, africa.
china
india
africa
fucking LOL

Evan Reed
Evan Reed

also europe is a smaller market than china, india, africa.
Sure thing, pajeet.

Dominic Morris
Dominic Morris

how can i get data that they dont have? you need an actively used account for that

Kevin Green
Kevin Green

i thought that its just working as intended. its a datamining platform and they sell that data. no actual breach(like those where you steal a database and dump it on some pastebin) happened.

Daniel Myers
Daniel Myers

how can i get data that they dont have?
you need an actively used account for that
lol

gdpr-info.eu/recitals/no-32/
Silence, pre-ticked boxes or inactivity should not therefore constitute consent.

Justin Evans
Justin Evans

there are no facebook trackers on sites like this. the only one that might have something is google because their crap is everywhere but even they wont know my real name or similar actually identifying information.

Zachary Gomez
Zachary Gomez

lol

Jacob Carter
Jacob Carter

they cant have something that does not exist.

Liam Edwards
Liam Edwards

sure thing kiddo

Owen Wood
Owen Wood

GDPR does not require them to store data about you.
It does require them to tell you if it is storing data about you and why.
If you don't collect user data then how would the General Data Protection Regulation even apply hmmmm?

Wow what a mature well reasoned argument. Kys