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how were they expecting things to look like?
If you don't collect, process or sell personally identifiable information, you don't need a pop-up.
whether your stats are showing more bounces right back to Google
But if you display ads, you have to.
but I was early with adopting the GDPR law
[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 3:39 am (utc) on Aug 21, 2018]
[edit reason] Fixed typo per poster request. [/edit]
You do know that neither of those notices are compliant with GDPR..to be compliant any visitor agreement has to be explicit ( requires a visitor to click that they agreeRelax Leosghost :) All visitors have to click & agree to continue.
Relax Leosghost :) All visitors have to click & agree to continue.
All visitors have to click & agree to continue.
Anyway, the topic is "GDPR might be causing higher bounce rate"
I give up and I've installed I don't care for cookies extension in Chrome.
This EU law is witch hunt (to quote Donald) and the problem is the implementation.
They did not have the guts to stop this practice and the result smells bad.
The problems is that the "free" internet is "free" because of the ads.
You will have to pay for services, to pay a lot!
This all started with the death of the print. The EU classic publishers wanted blood and money from Google.
They tried a lot of stupid things, but the problem is not only Google & Co.
The entire model is flawed!
I see less and less money from advertising
So, what do we do?
Yes, the current implementation of GDPR does not seem to be legal.
but Is the standard proposed by IAB Europe