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anyone else being caught up in GDPR tasks lately? we are having a huge cookie banner debate at work lately and temper has been running high because there are still some insecurities amongst the devs about the technical requirements.

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    @Condor my problem isn't the end users, but our customers. We sent them reminders weeks, sometimes months ago GDPR is coming up and that their website isn't fully compliant with the new laws yet. Usually the response was radio silence. And guess who's coming up to us asking for rush jobs now -.-
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    @Condor I feel you. Internally, people are pissed off because a business developer sold cookie banners for a fixed price. which, turns out, will most probably be too low for what needs to be done according to the Prior Consent rule. For customers, the main requests are cookie banners and SSL certificates. All (internally too) ofc last minute jobs -.-
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    I get everyone's side because it is difficult to implement but also, we've had years for this.... :P
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    @linuxxx agreed, hooray for everyone
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    My entire company is like that lol.
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    @Condor haha thanks. Yeah, hopefully devRant will generate enough $ that we can work on it full-time one day, but right now just trying to keep it going/bootstrap (and work on it during most of our free time) and having the day jobs to pay the bills.
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