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GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It’s European legislation relating to personal data and how it’s stored. Even though it is a European legislation, but it will affect website owners and developers outside Europe if those website’s collect any data from European visitors.
Here is a helpful article that assists in explaining what GDPR is and what you can do to ensure your compliance.
Here is another article presenting some Practical steps for Website GDPR compliance, by Godaddy.