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October 1, 2019







The court of justice of the European Union has today clarified the requirements for users to consent to the use of cookies by websites


 In today's ruling, the court ruled that consent is not valid if it was given through a pre-checked checkbox which the user must deselect to refuse a cookies. 
The court states that this requirement is linked to any cookies, whether or not they contain personal information.
 The court added that consent to accept cookies should be explicit. 
According to the court, the service provider must tell the user what the cookie's term is, and whether  or not third parties may have access to those cookies.

..... must be interpreted as meaning that the consent referred to in those provisions is not validly constituted if, in the form of cookies, the storage of information or access to information already stored in a website user’s terminal equipment is permitted by way of a pre-checked checkbox which the user must deselect to refuse his or her consent.

.....must be interpreted as meaning that the information that the service provider must give to a website user includes the duration of the operation of cookies and whether or not third parties may have access to those cookies.

COOKIES IN EUROPE -  RULING OF THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

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