‘Cookie’ Consent: Changes to How Websites Interact with Users

The Lawyers Weekly

September 24, 2012

Following the Privacy and Communication Directive issued by the European Union on the use of cookies – small pieces of data that are deposited in a user's web browser to track their online activity and behaviour – the United Kingdom has announced new legislation to enact the directive. Chris Bennett, head of the Davis LLP IT Law group, discusses the rules and compliance steps in the September 28, 2012 issue of Lawyers Weekly magazine. He also explains what this means for Canadian companies, especially in light of a similar anti-spam legislation soon to be implemented in Canada.

Read the full article on the Lawyers Weekly website.