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12 hours ago, oldhippy said:

You can always delete your cookies. 

A) We're not allowed to discuss it in a thread but

B) Since you have - having to delete them misses the point. You must by law, provide the option for a user to opt-in to advertising and 3rd party tracking cookies. Just having a button that says we use cookies is not compliant.

 

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You must tell people if you set cookies, and clearly explain what the cookies do and why. You must also get the user’s consent. Consent must be actively and clearly given.

There is an exception for cookies that are essential to provide an online service at someone’s request (eg to remember what’s in their online basket, or to ensure security in online banking).

The same rules also apply if you use any other type of technology to store or gain access to information on someone’s device.

 

https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/direct-marketing-and-electronic-communications/guide-to-pecr/cookies-and-similar-technologies/

 

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On 6/14/2023 at 11:24 AM, p2n said:

You must by law, provide the option for a user to opt-in to advertising and 3rd party tracking cookies

I don't know about the law, but it would be very nice to opt-out on 3rd-party tracking cookies. The rest of the world doesn't need to know that & when I logged in on WRT.

It would be very nice if the opt-out option would be provided.

Thanks 😉

 

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