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France’s CNIL Publishes New Guidance on Cookies

The guidance provides general requirements for obtaining valid consent and details conditions under which audience management cookies may be exempt. By Myria Saarinen and Camille Dorval On 4 July 2019, one day after the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published new guidance on cookies, the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) released its own new guidance … Continue Reading

UK Cookie Rules: Are You Compliant?

By Gail Crawford, Amy Taylor, and Ben Wright The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) 12-month grace period for enforcing compliance with the new cookie consent rules has now expired. If you are not yet compliant, you need to take action. Over the course of the 12-month grace period, we have seen guidance released from, amongst others, … Continue Reading

European Parliament to Vote on Behavioural Advertisement

In December 2010, the European Parliament will vote on a Report of Philippe Juvin (EPP, FR) on behavioural advertisement. The Report passed the Internal Market Committee on 8 November 2010 and raises concern over “the routine use of behavioural advertising and the development of intrusive advertising practices”. Juvin suggests to introduce an obligation to mark … Continue Reading
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