Turjo Goswami

Dec 25, 2018
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If you’ve logged in lately into any big-name website. Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Basecamp, Freshdek, everyone, yes, everyone has updated their Terms of service and have made changes to the website according to the requirements of https://jvz6.com/c/1261733/299918.

They’ve covered themselves, but have you?

If the answer is no, you’re running a serious risk.

https://jvz6.com/c/1261733/299918 - try this - http://bit.ly/320RJBa

https://jvz6.com/c/1261733/299918 does not require you to be a European citizen, or for you to be a European based business to find you guilty and impose a violation.

Nope, they can do it even if you’re located across the Pacific ocean and have absolutely no care what’s happening in France.

You don’t even have to sell anything to European customers.

If European people can surf your site (can you stop them?), you are liable to adhere to https://jvz6.com/c/1261733/299918 rules.

So are you compliant?


  • Monitor keyword rankings and see how your and other people's video do over time.
  • If people from EU can sign up as leads on your site, or give you their data in any other way, you need to be compliant
  • If your site makes use of any cookies or has any 3rd party integrations that uses cookies (Facebook pixel, analytics etc.)
  • It doesn’t matter whether you sell anything to EU people or not. If they can access, you gotta be compliant.