A way to avoid GDPR pop-ups is to pretend you are not in Europe. You can do this by routing your internet access via a server in a different country, such as the US or Japan.
This sounds geeky but it’s actually common. People use anonymous proxy servers to access, for example, Netflix from countries it doesn’t cover. British holiday-makers and ex-pats often use proxy servers to watch BBC iPlayer from outside the UK.
The simple way to overcome the GDPR geo-blockade is to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN). The VPN will change your IP address and make it appear as if you are accessing the website from outside the EU area, thus completely bypassing the GDPR geo-block.
This is cool too https://www.opera.com/ And Opera is going to get rid of all those annoying GDPR cookie popups .
I can’t even imagine how GDPR can work in a world where tons of ways to bypass restrictions exist https://medium.com/@ininja/how-to-visit-blocked-sites-75aa55a6252a. Of course, there are China, Iran, and other dictatorships where the web is suppressed but Europe is another story.
You are the spammer https://www.madinamerica.com/forums/users/fobos/replies/
fuck off and stay off my threads with your shit.
Hey, guys, Iran is too much hot country, and you’ll need a good refrigerator at your hotel. Here is my step-by-step concept of the hotel choosing:
1) chose a room with a nice view;
2) ask if it’s far away from the city center;
3) ask if they have a refrigerator at least from this the best counter depth refrigerator rating.
If all of these 3 points are available, I book the room.
“best counter depth refrigerator”
You are an Asshole
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