Yealink firmware only because of GDPR

  • version XX.83.X.50

    Sadly, I have to say this is a good thing. So many people with default passwords on everything.

  • I personally have refused to comply with GDPR. There's a weird irony in that so many non-EU companies (specifically American) felt the need to comply just because, as I saw on SW oh no, the EU gonna come after you somehow! yet when the EU implements a pain in the butt copyright law, suddenly "well, those laws don't apply to us." So I moved my company location from Czech Republic to Russia, and I'll sell to EU citizens anyway. I say, bring it on: