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Author Topic: ICC clarifies new Cookie Law - doesn't sound too bad now  (Read 1186 times)

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ICC clarifies new Cookie Law - doesn't sound too bad now
« on: April 27, 2012, 07:23:46 AM »
As the current definition of the Euro Cookie Law is unworkable nonsense, the ICC has provided a more sensible interpretation.

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Finally, something resembling advice has appeared, but it’s not come from the ICO but from business organisation the International Chambers of Commerce (ICC). Despite the inevitable disclaimer on page 2 that it “does not constitute legal advice”, it’s by far the most practical guide to the cookie regulations I’ve seen so far and is the result of research carried out by an organisation looking at this from a practical point of view rather than the compliance-based approach of the ICO.

Original article: http://www.pcpro.co....ut-not-from-the-ico/

ICC UK Cookie Guide PDF: http://www.internati..._uk_cookie_guide.pdf