Reply to post: Re: Cookie law

Brussels cunning plan to save the EU: No more Cookie Popups

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Re: Cookie law

"You can't click NO. So it was useless."

My hobby site implemented cookies in the spirit that users might like.

It doesn't store cookies except if a user fills in a request form that will send that data to the web master. At that point they are prompted to ask if they want the site to generate a cookie. If yes then it remembers the nature of their information.

If they say no then the form still sends their request - but will not remember their details for any future use of the form.

At any point they can cancel the stored cookie by bringing up the form and unticking a box.

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