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Posts tagged with Ico

ICO follows ICO's rules, cookie usage drops by 90%

Although businesses have an extra year to chew on it, barring a miracle, they'll eventually have to figure out what the updates to Regulation 6 of the UK's Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 mean and how to make sure they're adhered to.

Those updates, of course, require that users provide "consent" for the placement of a cookie on their machines.

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ICO: take an extra year to chew on new cookie law

Wondering how your business will address the new law that requires users to opt in to cookies? There's good news: you can procrastinate.

That's because the ICO, perhaps facing the reality that the new law is fatally flawed, has decided to give everyone amnesty (as the Telegraph calls it) for violating the law over the course of the next year.

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Something to chew on: the ICO's vague cookie advice

If the Information Commissioner's Office has its way, cookies will soon be a lot less tasty to website operators.

That's because on May 26, the rules governing the use of cookies on websites in Regulation 6 of the UK's Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 will be updated in to require that a user "has given his or her consent" to the placement of a cookie in accordance with a new European Directive.

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