US Websites Go Dark in Europe as GDPR Data Rules Kick In

BRUSSELS—A new European remoteness law took outcome Friday, causing several vital U.S. news websites to postpone entrance opposite a segment as remoteness activists filed complaints and data-protection regulators prepared to twirl their new coercion powers.

Tronc Inc., publisher of a Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News and other U.S. newspapers, was among those that blocked readers in a European Union from accessing sites, as they scrambled to approve with a unconditional regulation.

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