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I was shocked when I read today that Cachly has also removed the Friends feature! Above all, I do not understand why this violates the GDPR? 1.) The cachers who were affected accepted all my friendship requests. So they all agreed to let me see their "data". 2.) Even then, each one can block the API access to the public profile data in its profile. 3.) All the data you see in Cachly can also be accessed normally via a user's public profile (even if they are not "friends"). So why does Cachly have to block this function under the excuse of the Data Protection Regulation? And where exactly is the data protection regulation violated in this case? If that were the case Groundspeak would have to take all log entries off the net immediately and no user profile would be public anymore. Also Groundspeak should no longer show which friends logged which caches in the dashboard. Please explain why this step became necessary!