May I ask why you would take that decision?
A message is obviously inferior to real privacy protection. According to GDPR, you cannot prevent users from using your system just because they don’t agree to your privacy-intruding terms, rendering your message possibly unusable. A legal grey zone, admittedly, because you might argue having a legitimate interest in keeping a site secure and therefore storing IP addresses.
Maybe there’s a compelling reason to remove such useful feature as IP obfuscation?
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