It has happened once or twice, but either we have assisted the customer through it or given them a refund, fortunately the high quality community replies means erroneous information is often rapidly corrected.
If a 4 mil post forum takes more than a few hours there something wrong.
On any half decent hardware with CLI I would probably expect this to be <2 hours tbh with the majority of that time spent on the rebuilds.
Nope. Absolutely not. As a data controller you are responsible for protecting the data in your possession unless it falls under very narrow exemptions.
If he wants that info, and you still have it, he will need a court order for you to legally hand it over.
As far as I am aware, no.
However, in light of some recent changes on the GDPR front, we are looking into implementing a broader set of cookie controls for site owners to have the option to turn on or off.
Our current line of thought is to use a system similar to that of the ICO...
As multiple staff members have already told you previously...
And im quoting myself here:
To which you replied:
Jeremy has now given you the correct answer to your query. So you would either need to contact a 3rd party addon developer to do this for you, or look into learning how to code...