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New EU Net Rules Set To Make Cookies Crumble

March 9th, 2011 03:08 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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NickstaDB writes “From the BBC article: ‘From 25 May, European laws dictate that “explicit consent” must be gathered from web users who are being tracked via text files called “cookies”. These files are widely used to help users navigate faster around sites they visit regularly. Businesses are being urged to sort out how they get consent so they can keep on using cookies.’”

Source: New EU Net Rules Set To Make Cookies Crumble

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