Blogger & GDPR
Hello, I have a personal blog in Spain and I would like to know if comments are allowed without breaking the GDPR
For instance, when people are asked to upload their ID to prove ownership of a blog, only to still be denied access, how long is that data kept?
When will google begin deleting inactive blogs that have not been used in decades? There is no business reason for doing so.
For those with legacy blogs that were not migrated, will those blogs still be kept indefinitely even though the real owner will probably never be able to prove ownership without an expensive lawyer?
I am glad to hear google has recently been fined billions for GDPR noncompliance. I hope this will continue until we get a better answer on GDPR from google regarding blogspot.
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