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But but what if a rival complains to EU? Probably the best way to nuke a site.
joined:May 1, 2018
For anyone blocking EU traffic, make sure you explain it is because of GDPR and what the issue is. This is what I'd be doing if I didn't have significant EU earnings...And make sure that it is due to the GDPR that makes it problematic, and not due to misinformation, confusion with cookie law, etc. I don't see any reason to do for Adsense alone (if EU earnings are insignificant, then there's also no reason to not simply disable personalised ads for EU).
may go after Google for allowing small fish to continue using AdSense without following the rules.
But what if a rival complains to EU?
The spirit of this law is great, but I doubt that the regulators had any sense of the complexity of the issue that are trying to regulate.
They let IAB industry sort this out, and respond accordingly.
joined:Sept 12, 2017
It would be reasonably straightforward to have a consent bar with a main ´I accept’ button that also had a text link offering ’no personalized ads’ - which if clicked then takes the user to a page where they can ask for their IP address to be listed, and I could add it to a db table (along with the date so it can be deleted after 12 months).
they have provided very simple method calls in their api...
joined:Feb 12, 2017
70% down in UK after disabling personalized ads.