You may need to send a message directly to Jason for something like that.
Any statement purporting to lay claims to meeting the specific requirements of a law must be careful not to make matters worse by establishing a rule that might inadvertently be broken.
If it is up to me I'd likely stick to the current advisement and disclaimers that apply to those who agree to be a member of the forum.
Those that do not want to be a member are under no obligation to join and are encouraged to visit the forum as guests.
Sharing of private information is at the discretion of the forum member and they should not provide any information under duress and any such activity should immediately be reported to forum adminstration.
Members of the A:M forum fall into jurisdiction of US law except where otherwise specifically stated and acknowledged.
As for any right to be forgotten, if that is a concern, it is a fairly simple process to be removed from the forum.
For the sake of discussion it might be useful to see a few examples of privacy policies recently published and especially those that purport to address the concerns of EU law.