ONE-MINUTE READ: COOKIES UNDER THE ePR

Updated: Oct 31, 2018

The ePR, also sometimes called the "cookie law", promises to bring more simplicity with regard to cookies. Despite the apparent lack of public concern over the use of cookies, use of the tokens will remain regulated in detail. Cookies characterised as “non-privacy intrusive cookies” improving browsing experience, e.g. cookies that ensure that contents of a shopping cart are remembered, will no longer require consent. Consent will no longer be required for cookies set by a visited website counting the number of visitors to the site, either. For other types of cookies, the well-known cookie banners will no longer be mandatory: end-users will be able to manage their preferences by way of adjusting browser settings or by using other software tools.

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