Today sees the new “EU Cookie Law” come into effect in the UK, but hours before the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) did a dramatic U-turn to say that website owners could now assume that consent had been given to set cookies, the complete opposite of their previous advice.
According to an article in The Guardian:
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The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has finally provided some clarification about the cookie law that comes into effect this week, saying that website owners that do not comply with the law will not be fined. According to an article on PC Pro:
Sites will generally only be investigated by the ICO after users report them [...]Continue Reading →
The new “EU Cookie Law” comes into effect on May 26th 2012 and requires website owners to include details of cookies set by their websites. As a first step you need to do a cookie audit. In this video I show you how, but if you’d like me to help you out then [...]Continue Reading →