GDPR jokes to help ease the pain
As you’re no doubt flooded with updates from companies sharing their new GDPR compliance measures and website notifications asking for explicit opt-in consent, there’s no better way to take your mind off it than with some more GDPR content.
Here’s are some of the best GDPR jokes and meme’s we’ve collected from around the internet. If you’ve been living under a rock and have no idea what GDPR is, two things. First, we greatly envy you. Secondly, you can check out Digiday’s guide to GDPR here
This office favorite that’s been floating around everywhere:
Do you know a good GDPR consultant?
Can you pass me their email address?
A great meme courtesy of Jemima Crow, marketing manager at PCGamesN
Just a reminder that not all breakups are equal
Happy GDPR eve pic.twitter.com/5nnRiczHGV
— TwistedDoodles (@twisteddoodles) May 24, 2018
Four easy steps to GDPR compliance from reddit/adops
We thought we were popular for a second there too
— Aimee de Jongh (@aimeedejongh) May 24, 2018
Another Reddit gem
Have you heard the GDPR joke about the man from Spain?
Unfortunately, I can’t tell you because the data subject hasn’t granted consent, and I have no other legal basis for processing.
For anyone born before 1988. Music video is a must watch.
Man (in club): “Hey DJ, play ‘A Little Respect’”
Man: “I demand it under my Right to Erasure”
GDPR ruined Christmas
— Helen Gawor (@HelenGawor) May 24, 2018
Kids these days, amirite?
— EAVI Media Literacy (@_eavi) May 22, 2018
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