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2018 reform of EU data protection rules


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Stronger rules on data protection mean people have more control over their personal data and businesses benefit from a level playing field.

About the regulation and data protection

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As of May 2018, with the entry into application of the General Data Protection Regulation, there is one set of data protection rules for all companies operating in the EU, wherever they are based.

Stronger rules on data protection mean

  • people have more control over their personal data
  • businesses benefit from a level playing field

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LeeSmithG

I wish the U.K. and E.U. would start giving fines to websites for breaking the cookie law.

 

Since 2011 (May) you are supposed tell all visitors via a pop up or a big cookies link at top of page, that you write cookies to their hard disk drive.

 

You will find a lot of large companies like amazon, vodafone and retail others ignore this.

 

Come May of this year they will be heavily fined.

 

Be nice for them to fine websites for not running email verification too!

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Cookie notices ekkk  many  people hate them and adblockers come with filter list to block them , If you don't want sites to store cookies use a cookie manger and blacklist the site.  You can't sign in to amazon  to buy anything without them  or sign into any other site for that matter . Some sites abuse this and  try to force you to allow cookies in order to even view there site like Forbes does. :s

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10 hours ago, steven36 said:

Cookie notices ekkk  many  people hate them and adblockers come with filter list to block them , If you don't want sites to store cookies use a cookie manger and blacklist the site.  You can't sign in to amazon  to buy anything without them  or sign into any other site for that matter . Some sites abuse this and  try to force you to allow cookies in order to even view there site like Forbes does. :s

 

As I wrote, it is against E.U. and U.K. internet and communications laws not to tell visitors that you're writing them to you hard disk drive.

 

I.C.O. from May 2018 are going to dish out heavy fines.

 

You can get the pop up code for free it goes in the <head></head> section of coding on ones page.

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