May 10, 2011
Following on from my previous post regarding the new EU law governing cookies the government has now published the regulations which are due to take effect on 26th May 2011. Along with this the ICO have also issued some advice on what is acceptable and what you should do if you are currently using cookies.
As we thought, the exception is if the cookie is "strictly necessary" for the service that the user has requested. For example, in the case of evmessenger and evreports we use a cookie to track that a user is logged in. Without the cookie the system would not work. Since the user has requested to login I think this would be deemed "strictly necessary"
If you want more information, the DMA is going to be running a briefing on Wednesday 1st June 2011 and you can check their website for details.
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