I would also like to know this.So, to maintain GDPR compliance you're "anonymizing" user accounts, but how can you truly be GDPR compliant without removing the user's posts? For example, I have over 5000 posts, how can anyone be sure that their account has truly been wiped of any personal info if you keep content? Plus, the country flag of the member's who have been deleted is still there, which is another piece of the puzzle if you were trying to make people's accounts anonymous.
Also, I was trying to delete my old content, and I can only edit 10 posts within a 7 day period. I have 180 started threads so it will take me over 4 months of editing 10 threads every week to get rid of those, that doesn't include my 5000 posts on other people's threads.
If I submit a request would you be able to nuke all my posts? You already doxxed the people who posted in MVP/VIP forums, I want my old content deleted before submitting the request to have my account deleted to assure that you've protected my data as per GDPR regulations.