As some of you may or may not know on the 26th of May 2011 new legislation comes into force for any site doing business inside the European Union about the way cookies can be used by websites.

Have already prepared changes or are you waiting to see what the bigger sites do first?

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Most if not all companies silently ignore this as it's utterly ridiculous. Adding a disclaimer is probably all that most companies will do, as the alternative would be to not use cookies at all which would cripple their sites.
A typical law created by bureaucrats who don't have any idea …

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Most if not all companies silently ignore this as it's utterly ridiculous. Adding a disclaimer is probably all that most companies will do, as the alternative would be to not use cookies at all which would cripple their sites.
A typical law created by bureaucrats who don't have any idea what they're dealing with, yet have far reaching powers that far outstretch their competence.

Personally, I don't have to do anything as I work almost exclusively on intranet and extranet applications which aren't public websites.

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