Why bother at all? If someone posts a like, reply or retweet publicly, he/she cannot prevent from this being sent/copied etc. all over the net. This should already be in the privacy statement of the original service. Just like WordPress does for it’s native comments. I wouldn’t use a fully anonymized plugin. It defeats the purpose of webmention for me, social interaction. An option to enable it would be fine however.

Reageerde op GDPR: Prevent saving data from crawled web mentions (GitHub)
When services like Brid.gy get webmentions from silos, the users there have no idea that their comments or likes, along with their name and profile picture, are shown on the article site. This is p...
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