Happy GDPR day!
I have a cracker from the inbox this morning: Unroll.me has blocked users in Europe using what appears to be a baic IP ban.
Unroll.me is a company that isn't exactly known for doing great things with your data, and it's very ready for GDPR: your accounts have been terminated! Bye!
There are so many things wrong with this, it's absurd:
While we do not actively market our service or conduct business in the EU, we find we have a small number of users like you, who reside in the EU and have discovered Unroll.Me, and will be affected by this change.
A small number? Not actively marketed? I've seen banner ads for Unroll.me in the Netherlands. Onward:
As a result, we have temporarily stopped providing service to EU and European Economic Area residents until further notice.
This doesn't absolve you of complying with GDPR.
Our service is completely secure everywhere
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