Nice on one side.
On the other: maintaining a website and not (at least consciously) collecting more data than technically necessary, I am very worried of making an unintended mistake answering such a request, simply because I am not a lawyer.
Afterwards I would probably be entirely ruined financially.
@phil_s we also run a website, but don't collect data at all, (except webserver logs, which aren't kept for long)
Yes. I once did a mistake for a private site simply using worpress on a lamp system and overlooked that a log file was created with some data, among others IP adresses. Found it by chance.
Today, as a private person, owning a site is actually way too dangerous.
@phil_s not sure if that an ip address in a logfile alone would count as personally identifiable, especially when you don't do any analytics / correlation on it
That's where my missing legal education kicks in 😂
A German court once said, ip addresses are personal information 😥
At least my intent is on the positive side 🙂
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