The GDPR is a tough new regulation aimed at helping users control their data collected by online companies and to force these companies to tighten up their use and protection of user data. Penalties for non compliance can be € 20 million OR up to 4% of the company’s worldwide annual profits of the preceding year.
Last week WordPress updated to version 4.9.5 and I don’t know how many minor versions they will release before hitting the big 5.0, but it’s obviously right around the corner. At this precipitous moment in WordPress history, I decided to take another tour of this famously dreaded update known as Gutenberg.
If you are a writer or communications worker, it’s only a matter of time before you are required to use WordPress. After all, WordPress powers roughly 25% of current websites, and its functions and features are mimicked by most other blogging platforms. Isn’t it about time you learned how to post in WordPress?