EU wants to regulate Internet
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Translated from Dutch
Of course cookies can also abuse, which particularly in the beginning of the Internet ever happened. Who in 2009 is not served by cookies may include the privacy settings of Firefox or Internet Explorer to set precisely whether and how cookies may be used. That empowerment is a Brussels However eyesore.
The EU wants a ban on storing and reading cookies. Websites who want to leave cookies, or want to read these files, consumers should ask for permission. This opt-in measure is a new European directive already approved by the European Council, the meeting of European leaders. About a half years, this rule will be valid. The bureaucrats in Brussels was "of paramount importance that users clear and comprehensive information when they undertake an activity that could result in such storage or access to cookies.