27 of the funniest tweets to help you through GDPR Day
My mum is leaving it awfully close to the GDPR deadline to ask if I want to opt in to receive her emails, calls and texts.
— Sharon O'Dea (@sharonodea) May 15, 2018
remember folks: if your ex contacts you out of the blue in the next week, it's probably only because of GDPR compliance
— Casey Kolderup (@ckolderup) May 16, 2018
Final reminder, with GDPR coming in next week this is your last chance to send me your "Who else has my partner been sending flowers to" requests via DM. Usual fee applies.
— Arena Flowers (@ArenaFlowers) May 16, 2018
Kids haven't responded to my GDPR requests so I don't think I'm legally allowed to tell them when dinner's on the table.
— Dave Turner (@mrdaveturner) May 17, 2018
just to be GDPR safe im gonna text everyone in my phone contacts list and tell them I hold their phone number and email address and ask if they want to continue receiving texts from me
— Chris Greene (@HateChrisGreene) May 17, 2018
1. Getting to Know You
2. ("the Company" "we" "us")
3. Ten GDPR Commandments
4. Without You(r Personal Data)
5. IoT, Do Re Mi
6. I Believe (in Consent)
7. It's the Opt-Out Life
8. Ding Dong Your Data's Gone
9. Be Prepared (for Arbitration)
— Cobun it's-a-distraction Keegan (@cobun) May 16, 2018
— alberta soranzo (@albertatrebla) May 15, 2018
My granny just emailed to confirm I'd still like to receive;
Birthday cards ◻️
Phonecalls about nothing ◻️
Updates on who has died ◻️#GDPR
— Mick (@Mi_Bonn) May 15, 2018
On the lighter side of #gdpr (thanks Michael, made my day!)
– Do you know a good GDPR consultant?
– Can you give me his e-mail address?
— Klaus Johannes Rusch (@krusch) May 13, 2018
— Sony Kapoor (@SonyKapoor) May 9, 2018
Just received an email from a wealthy Nigerian Prince.
He told me that he doesn’t have any fortune to share with me at the moment but he would appreciate if I could let him know before May 25th if I wish to continue receiving emails….#GDPR
— Paul Binning (@StarrdLtd) May 8, 2018
GDPR in the GDR, a comedy in which Daniel Brühl is the newly-appointed Data Protection Officer at a regional Stasi bureau, with three months to achieve GDPR compliance.
— Jokester (@AllThatIsSolid) May 14, 2018
"Due to new European data protection laws, you must confirm if you want to continue to hear from us." pic.twitter.com/W86V507Opr
— Adrian Short (@adrianshort) May 12, 2018
What idiot called it Data Protection Law, and not The Silence of the Spams?
— SadFaceOtter (@SadFaceOtter) May 17, 2018