Email management service Unroll.Me will be closing itself off to users in Europe due to the EU General Data Protection Regulation, TechCrunch reports. When announcing the decision, Unroll.Me said it was created to serve U.S. customers, meaning it was not prepared for the impending rules. “Because it was not designed to comply with all GDPR requirements, Unroll.Me will not be available to EU residents,” the company said in a statement. “This means we may not serve users we believe are residents of the EU, and we must delete any EU user accounts by May 24.” F-Secure Chief Research Officer Mikko Hypponen began listing several companies on Twitter taking similar actions because of the GDPR.
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