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Do I need to present a GDPR banner to IP addresses outside of GDPR regions?

You said, in a comment, that you may be asking the wrong question. I think a better way to put it would be that your question based on a confusion that is extremely common, so it deserves a clear ...
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How much data of a user allowed by law to get recorded by service providers?

Most of this is not technically possible Almost all internet traffic nowadays uses SSL encryption. So all the traffic to and from websites is encrypted and cannot be read by your internet provider. ...
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Do I need to present a GDPR banner to IP addresses outside of GDPR regions?

Depends on your own location The first question is about your own location. If you (as a data controller or processor) are located within EU, then GDPR applies for any and all processing of personal ...
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Do I need to present a GDPR banner to IP addresses outside of GDPR regions?

The answer by user Someone is correct, the GDPR applies to data associated with anyone physically in the EU, UK, or other places with a GDPR law. The comment quoted in the question is incorrect on ...
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Do I need to present a GDPR banner to IP addresses outside of GDPR regions?

Your VPN scenario is why you have to show the banner to everyone. If you somehow knew beyond any doubt that someone was not in the EU, then you would not have to show a banner, but because you can't ...
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Can I share a copy of Adobe Standalone Flash Player?

No. Copyright does not have exemptions for obsolete works, use with credit, or non-commercial use. Depending on the purpose for the distribution, this could be fair use, but it is unlikely that a ...
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Is releasing this company's documents illegal?

Is releasing this company's documents illegal? Yes. I run a website where I sell materials for students interested in finance, law and consulting. My website contains case studies from actual ...
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Is releasing this company's documents illegal?

Given the clarification provided in the comments to the question, the company has a copyright in the material and as such is legally entitled to demand that you cease using it.
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Is releasing this company's documents illegal?

You're not required by law to take anything down until the court orders you to do so. Their legal department will probably write you a letter detailing the legal theory behind their demand, at which ...
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Can a Web site owner prohibit men from accessing a site for religious reasons?

That depends what is meant by "not allow". Such a blog author could certainly include a statement that the blog was intended only for female readers. That would not be enforceable. She could ...
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Can a Web site owner prohibit men from accessing a site for religious reasons?

At least w.r.t. federal law, they can. Although there are laws against discrimination in public accommodations (Title II of the Civil Rights Act), sex is not a protected category. So we don't have to ...
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US extradition or domestic prosecution of US based foreign cyber crime?

Do nothing? It happens every day. Most crimes are never prosecuted by anyone even when reported to law enforcement, especially in cyber crime, when solving the crime sufficiently to prosecute it is ...
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Do I need a cookie policy/cookie consent on my website just because I use PayPal buttons?

You need a privacy notice for any website (if you're subject to GDPR). Having a PayPal button alone does not trigger such an requirement, since any website is already processing personal data such as ...
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Are there legalities to pay "royalties" to the authors of creations on my website/platform?

I cannot possibly give you a complete list of the problems, but consider at least the following: Records and taxes for your business. Paying your authors would be an expense, and you need to document ...
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