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With the deadline for compliance with the EU e-Privacy Directive just two days away, we've rounded up some of the key stats in an infographic.
This embeddable infographic looks at marketers' and consumers' views of the EU cookie law, and our five-step plan for compliance.
This is a topic we've covered in detail, so I've also rounded up some of our recent articles and other resources on the EU cookie law.
(Just to clarify, only the 69% of respondents that knew what a cookie was were asked if they regularly manage cookies using browser settings. You can download the full survey for more details).
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Experts' views on the Directive
Interviews and expert opinion on the e-Privacy Directive, some in favour, some very much opposed to the law.
Econsultancy's take on the cookie law
Two posts by Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein which analyse the ICO guidance document and explain the approach we've taken...
EU cookie law stats
Our own surveys of marketers and consumers, as well as third party stats...
The ICO view
We interviewed the ICO to allow them to explain their approach to enforcement of the directive.
Some examples of sites which have set their consent methods loose.