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I think I let my sourdough starter go too long without feeding it. It smelled bad bad bad bad bad. 🤢 Hopefully I can revive it.
A friend of a family member called me for some free advice about his idea for a mobile app, and to see if I could recommend a developer. But first he wanted me to sign an NDA. Me: “Sorry I don’t sign non-disclosure agreements.” And that was the end of the call. 🤷♂️
A lovely weekend at the lakes. Happy Memorial Day, everyone.
“GDPR’s global scope: the long story” A thorough (and very long) examination of the conditions under which the GDPR may apply to you. Particular consideration is given to when GDPR applies to non-EU businesses. https://medium.com/mydata/does-the-gdpr-apply-in-the-us-c670702faf7f
“Five loopholes in the GDPR” is a great overview of some of the corner cases where GDPR may not apply. Of particular interest to me: GDPR may not apply to non-EU businesses that do not intend to sell to EU persons. https://medium.com/mydata/five-loopholes-in-the-gdpr-367443c4248b
Hallelujah. Finally a first step towards eliminating “first past the post” voting in the U.S. I hope other states adopt similar measures. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/maine-tries-ranked-choice-voting-your-ballot-could-even-count-n875621
Pro tip: GoDaddy (world’s largest domain registrar) is redacting personal information from WHOIS searches performed on port 43, but it will continue to publish full unredacted records for domains registered outside the EU when a WHOIS search is performed on their website. #GDPR
This article does a good job of explaining how GDPR is affecting the WHOIS database immediately, and what is known about how WHOIS will be adapted in the future. http://www.circleid.com/posts/20180515_the_latest_on_gdpr_and_whois/ #GDPRmageddon