I Invoke Article 17 GDPR: Lucid Del38

thecolonel3d 4h
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I Invoke Article 17 GDPR: Lucid Delete all my posts

Oh you wanted to ban me? No you have to delete all of my posts. What's that? There's no option for that? Well then I guess you'll just have to do it post by post. Don't worry there's only adjusts my glasses 14.3 thousand >:)

Enjoy the rest of your holiday season, I'll be enjoying the sights in Chicago. Im sure it won't take too long to delete all of them sniggers

And if you dont;ill sue the site under article 17:

https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/right-to-erasure/

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mylo3d 1h
if we all do this do u think he will shut down the site
https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-law-enforcement-processing/individual-rights/manifestly-unfounded-and-excessive-requests/#:~:targetText=What%20does%20manifestly%20unfounded%20mean%3F,other%20than%20to%20cause%20disruption.

This would be manifestly unfounded and excessive.

I'll put in a dip for you though, considering in this post you're clearly doing this as a vendetta against site action, and are acting with malicious intent outlined in the referral guides.
whenever a famous guy makes their whole schtick about being "cleaned up now" im like shut the fucc up dude... then im like well good for you man,
Neptune2d 23h
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Wouldn't threatening legal action generally be responded with removing the user from the service, and then having their lawyer contact the service's lawyer for further communication? If thecolonel is serious here, then I believe that any further communication from him is detremental to his case and showcasing malicious intent. However, site ownership should step in and give the man what he wants to ensure no further issues. In this case, ensuring this user can no longer use the service provided until all legal issues are settled.
thecolonel2d 23h!
The flu isnt real
thecolonel2d 23h
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Lucid got back to me ab it idk why you guys are try Harding
when John wicks pissed of you just know it
A good thing to do is wake up & start surfing this website
Skathi2d 21h
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Hi, I'm thecolonel's lawyer, I can assure you this is all legitimate.
Skathi2d 21h
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I'm afraid Skathi is right. You've deferred responsibility to your superior and It's out of your hands now.
Sonrio2d 20h
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So many blocked posts
mandevian2d 20h
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If you think it is a problem for lucid to delete all your posts, then you are stupid. He created this website. Even I know how to delete content in bulk from a database. And he doesn't have to delete content from your other accounts. You would also have to give details of all the personal content.
Sonrio
So many blocked posts
mandevian
If you think it is a problem for lucid to delete all your posts, then you are stupid. He created this website. Even I know how to delete content in bulk from a database. And he doesn't have to delete content from your other accounts. You would also have to give details of all the personal content.
I really don't think I'm stupid.
Torreador2d 15h!
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The thing is, a mass purge is always possible, the question is what side effects the website will have. Will the topics thecolonel posted on be unavailable? What about the games he played on? And if the games he played on are glitched out, what about the pies of players who played with him, or the rounds he played in? Etc.

Only the dev knows that, and sometimes he might even not depending on how the website is coded.

As with always in IT, it's trickier than it seems.

For the record thecolonel is totally in his right. GDPR is only recently out, so this is the first few cases, but most companies/websites will have to deal with potential disgruntled former employees/users who will make those requests. And by my experience, very few of them are actually ready.
Spooky2d 13h
Smh