Ship Your Enemies GDPR

Send your enemies a GDPR request

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This tool will help you send them a GDPR Data Access Request designed to waste as much of their time as possible.
They are legally required to respond to your request within 30 days
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The GDPR handles this case by allowing companies to ask for a “reasonable fee” to process requests. Make sure you do, or update your terms if you notice an abnormal requests rate.

Pros:

I do not see the point to make such unethical spam requests.

Cons:

This is spam and on the edge legally.

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Tech for health, privacy, equity, Earth

Attempts to misuse regulation that protects individuals. Should be removed from Product Hunt.

Pros:

Literally nothing

Cons:

Unethical

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Founder in rehab
"Should be removed from Product Hunt" lol, why? this is the internet, did you hear of free speech before? what if I want to be able to submit a gdpr request
Probably drunk on tea.

GDPR doesn't suck. It is an extremely useful tool. Just download the template letters from Github https://github.com/good-lly/gdpr...

Pros:

Merges personal data into a template letter

Cons:

Given his opinion on data protection (see his comments regarding GDPR sucking), I probably wouldn't trust him.

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Digital Marketing Consultant
Err, no. GDPR is meant to be useful, but sadly, as numerous other legislation, it was written by people that are out of touch with the subject of it.
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Founder in rehab
"GDPR doesn't suck" - that's your opinion. many people would argue that it does suck and dis-proportionally hurts startups vs big companies like google which can afford to have lawyers etc to respond to requests.
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¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Pros:

Funny idea.

Cons:

Unethical, obviously.

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Maker,CPO,Go/JS Developer

Nothing more

Pros:

Non, but probably good marketing gag

Cons:

Just bullshit, sorry

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Creator uploader.win. Programming geek.

nothing more

Pros:

Wanted to post a critical review but when I think about it, it's more about highlighting how shitty the laws than cause harm

Cons:

Still can be used to cause harm regardless of the intent of maker

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Freelancer Web Dev
Pros: makes it easy to use the rights gotten under GDPR Cons: made in bad faith (to waste people's time) rather than good faith (to help people protect their privacy). The only reason GDPR requests should be hard to handle is if you haven't set up your systems to handle them. You know these are the rules, you have written a privacy policy (I hope you do) and in that process you should carefully consider which information is stored where and how much of it is actually useful. Almost all business have rules to protect the public at large from undue harm and there's really no reason software development should be any different.
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Senior UI/UX Designer

Nah.

Pros:

I can send the maker of this endless GDPR requests.

Cons:

Truly everything, from the intent to the potential legality of such a service​.

This can be improved by others expressing their displeasure by giving it a bad review. Perhaps the best use of this site would be to send a GDPR request to this site and then see how the owner likes it. My guess is that he does not allow that.

Pros:

This is good for someone who is mean-spirited and wants to be a jerk (like the author of this).

Cons:

Everything is bad about this. What a waste of time.

CEO, NEXD

It's another tool where the owner just wants to see "the world burn" and have giggles about it.

Pros:

+ Provides information about the GDPR short-comings

Cons:

- Collecting data of your users, but non compliant with GDPR? A bit ironic? - An immoral tool. GDPR requests shouldn't be taken lightly