GDPR and the blogger habit of pseudonyms

And there I’ve basically covered the topic in one single statement.  Makes sense, right?

But I can’t help wondering, what will happen now to the social media sites, places like Facebook, LinkedIn (which are ceaselessly being prowled by every self-respecting company head-hunting people) and so on?  After all, it’s personal details up there, and a lot of them.  Where we worked, where we are now (more or less, sometimes quite precisely), who we associate with…

Anyway, just stopping in to say hi, we’re working on stuff at P’kaboo, and feedback will be up once we have something imminent to announce!

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