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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a 2018 European Union data privacy protection act that provides guidelines to organizations managing customer data on how to collect, store, and use it. These organizations include businesses that operate in the EU or interact with the data of persons from the EU. By regulating the processing of private information, GDPR seeks to provide consumers with more transparency of what data is collected and how it’s used. Organizations not complying with the GDPR are liable to pay hefty penalties and fines.
Email greylisting is a system used to filter incoming emails by temporarily rejecting them if they are from an unknown sender. The sender is then put on a temporary list and must resend the message after a certain period of time.
Greylisting is a method of email filtering used to reduce spam that leverages greylists. It works by temporarily rejecting messages from unknown or suspicious sources and allowing delivery if the sender is legitimate.