IAB Europe, Belgium show cookie law impact with new site

Friday 7 October 2011 | 10:32 CET | News
The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Europe and IAB Belgium have launched website www.cookiedemosite.eu, to demonstrate how the overly strict consent requirement amendment on cookies and other storing technologies, proposed in the Netherlands on 22 June, could have serious consequences for the consumer surfing experience. The Dutch Upper House of Parliament still has to adopt or reject the proposal. The amendment would require websites to get explicit user consent before placing certain cookies on their computer. Some groups and advocates are pushing for similar laws in EU/EEA countries

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Interactive Advertising Bureau
Countries: Belgium / Europe / Netherlands
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