Posted 26 May 2012 - 05:01 PM
So, I ask, should UK webmasters be worried? Many websites don't comply by this rule yet, and the fine looks extremely high!
The Government's article.
Posted 26 May 2012 - 09:02 PM
I dunno, the BBC had an article on this yesterday and this part...
...makes me think it's not such a big deal to be in breach of.
Fines for non-compliance were unlikely to be levied, he said, because there was little risk that a non-compliant site would cause a serious breach of data protection laws that was likely to cause substantial damage and distress to a user.
I haven't actually read the law fully but I don't understand why all this emphasis in the news is specifically being put on UK websites. Why just the UK? If it's an EU law then what about all the other EU countries? Won't they be in breach of it too?
Oh well, all people achieve by blocking cookies is ensuring they see less relevant and thus more annoying ads... I don't get why someone would want to do this, and why they have a problem with being served relevant ads. They seem to think people are spying on them, when in reality all that's happening is an algorithm is analysing data which no human sees. People are idiots.
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