[Mailman-Users] Possibly OT: GDPR and list servers
Julian H. Stacey
jhs at berklix.com
Wed May 9 08:39:09 EDT 2018
> From: Andrew Hodgson <andrew at hodgson.io>
> Date: Tue, 8 May 2018 17:22:12 +0000
Andrew Hodgson wrote:
> Has anyone in the EU come across the GDPR guidelines in the context of Mailman? We are a charity and run Mailman as part of that with some high traffic email lists. I am getting a lot of conflicting information regarding whether we can even continue to do this in the current climate, most of it coming from half baked documents or different people's opinion, so I wanted to put it out there to see if there is anything that the community may have that we can use or help with in a co-ordinated way.
The 88 page source:
GDPR seems the latest government imposed plague ** to consume
business time unpaid, along with VAT etc. Bigger companies can
afford it, but for some small companies it's last nail in the coffin.
** Remember the ISO 9000 certification plague ? When industry
threw out good equipment that wasn't ISO 9000; & even banks bored
us they too were ISO 9000 method compliant.
I may put something like this at top of
GDPR: 88 pages of PDF this unpaid admin has no time to read.
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