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The EU cookie law as statutory firewall

Those who attended my WordCamp London presentation on Saturday will recall this piece of information I recently found concealed inside of a cookie:

Here’s a good example of that. 201 more words

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The cookie law, "informed consent", and disability

What happens when governments demand “well-informed consent” from individuals who are unable to provide it? What if access to information or services is conditional upon that consent? 639 more words

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ICO's Winter 2015 and 2014 aggregate #cookielaw update

The Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK government agency which polices the EU Cookie Law in the UK, has released the statistics on cookie law reports they received in the 4th quarter of 2014. 353 more words

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Crumbs: European Cookie Law developments for 2014

This post is given over to some bite-sized European cookie law updates. 426 more words

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Ghostery uses plugin data to power new enterprise marketing suite

About 40 million people around the world have downloaded a free browser plugin called Ghostery that tells them which hidden bits of a webpage are secretly tracking them, and helps block them. 467 more words

ICO's Autumn 2014 #cookielaw update

The Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK government agency which polices the EU Cookie Law in the UK, has released the statistics on cookie law reports they received in the 3rd quarter of 2014. 272 more words

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Video: What's new in web design and development law

The video of my presentation on what’s new in web design and development law from WordCamp Manchester is now up at wordpress.tv.

Topics included the Consumer Rights Directive, the EU cookie law, the BPAS data breach, and Nominet’s crackdown on domain privacy. 17 more words

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