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Blog Event

Cookie Law Update

By Andrew Cormack

13 June 2012, 12.30-13.30

In 2009 an apparently minor amendment was made to European telecoms privacy law that turns out to have significant implications for websites using cookies as well as other technologies such as e-mail tracking.

The change became UK law in 2011 and will be enforced by the Information Commissioner from May 2012.

Programme:

Discuss what organisations can do to work towards compliance

Discuss some examples of how others have responded to the law

Q&A Session

Thursday, June 14, 2012 - 13:30 to 14:30
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