All posts tagged: gdpr

Automate log cleanup for GDPR: the Sentry case

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Howtos / System Administration

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforced by European Union logs have to be cleaned regularly to delete IP addresses and other information about visitors. This can be interpreted as a way to protect an emerging and discussed right, the right to be forgotten. This new regulation is impacting every automated log system out of there. Since Sentry is a good open source error monitoring software* and it’s widely used, this guide will show […]

Mass delete old email on Gmail preserving Special and Tagged ones

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To mass delete old emails on Gmail type this search query in the search box of (or Gmail for Business): after:2017/01/01 before:2017/31/12 -has:userlabels -is:starred You can use these filters in any language but remember to use the YYYY/DD/MM format for the data (Year/Day/Month) for the after and before filters. This search will show you all emails between January, 1st and December, 31st 2017 that: Haven’t any User Label Aren’t starred (without Star) Change dates […]