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Right to be forgotten on internet forums

You seem to assume that the 'right to be forgotten' is absolute, but it is not. Under GDPR, the data controller needs a legal reason to retain personally identifying information on you. Your consent ...
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Social network id (GDPR compliant)

Is it a valid use-case? shall I remove user ID from the user activity table? Yes, this user id is PII, you need to remove it. That said, you may want to check what basis you have to still retain the ...
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Is "gossip surveillance" processing personal data under the GDPR?

Almost surely It’s clearly personal data and it’s clearly not "purely personal" or "household" processing of data. Therefore, the GDPR applies and the poster is a data controller ...
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