Dutch Law Requires Consent Of Consumers For PC Cookies
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June 23rd, 2011, 01:00 PM
Join Date: April 26th, 2010
Location: Accra, Ghana
From what I understand, this is coming from a new EU directive which requires all EU website owners to get a user’s consent before cookies are saved onto a device.
TechCrunch Europe has an article saying the UK’s Information Commissioner’s own website has seen a
90% nose-dive in traffic
since they implemented this policy on their site! Here's the link:
Want a 90% drop in your site visitors? Yes folks, you too can implement EU cookie law!
Of course this 90% drop, in reality, is in TRACKED visitors, not total visitors. But the two are not that far apart: if you cannot measure it, it's as good as not having it at all (especially if a large portion of your revenue is from
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