GDPR, short for General Data Protection Regulation, is an European Union law that you have likely heard about.

The goal of GDPR is to give EU citizens control over their personal data and change the data privacy approach of organizations across the world.

I believe that is GDPR compliant as it does not gather any personal data. There are no mailing lists, no adverts.

But like many others I want to make certain and am continuing to work to make sure that it really is absolutely compliant.

Wikipedia has always tried to be as honest and ethical as possible.

There is no gathering of data, no mailing lists, no adverts. It is just a news site covering a fairly narrow area of the airline passenger industry.

About two years ago, I published a very small story about Hamad International Airport and it had a picture of part of the inside of the airport.

The picture came from commons.wikipedia. But it seems that I misunderstood and wrongly credited the image to Wikipedia.

As soon as I was told about it I removed the story.

This was a small mistake. But I am now working my way through all images on the site to see if there are any other such mistakes.

This is going to take a substantial amount of time, many months at least.

John Ball