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The Cnil unveils its new doctrine on cookies

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The CNIL has just published its new guidelines on cookies, which were expected for several months. The simple pursuit of navigation on a website can no longer be considered as a valid expression of the user's consent. Marketing and advertising professionals have until the end of March 2021 to comply with these new rules.

https://www.usine-digitale.fr/editorial ... s.N1011474

Here is an FAQ regarding these new measures: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/questions-repons ... Wvi-qPrIj4

What about our forums, especially if a forum, like mine, is for business purposes?
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ssl wrote:
Fri Oct 02, 2020 9:07 am
What about our forums, especially if a forum, like mine, is for business purposes?
Nobody here can give you a definitive answer as you will need to comply with the regulations relevant in your country.
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Re: The Cnil unveils its new doctrine on cookies

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Maybe this time all the "Marketing and advertising professionals" will finally understand that technical cookies don't even need a consent. I'm also curious how each website can prove I've complied to anything or even any "binding" text was displayed to me which requires that.
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