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Say GDP-aaaR: UK's Information Commissioner pours £275k fine into London pharmacy's teaspoon

Richard 12 Silver badge

Or they could just *not collect* any of the data of EU visitors.

You know, serve adverts that are merely relevant to the content on your specific website instead of trying to "personalize" them and acting like that creepy guy who follows you around all the time taking notes about everywhere you go and everything you say and do.

Compliance is trivial, all you need to do is grind your marketing department into a red goo every time they suggest tracking people is a good idea.

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