Article 27.2 of the GDPR contains some pretty complex sentence structure. This is an attempt to explain it.
Cookie Walls and Cookie-or-Pay Walls, discussing what they are, what they mean and whether they comply with the GDPR and ePrivacy Directive.
An ever growing list of common questions and answers in the world of online consent, cookies and ePrivacy.
Do you need user consent to enable Google Analytics? The answer is yes, AND no! It depends on a number of factors and a good dose of personal opinion.
You’ve created your cookie banner, it’s ready to go live, but is it compliant? Here are some questions to help assess the risks.
This post explains how to get the CookiePro/OneTrust cookie consent tool to only enable scripts/tags to load AFTER a user accepts a cookie banner – all using Google Tag Manager.
Analysing the legal rules, recommendations and case studies on cookies, and turning them into concrete steps for you to follow.
A reference for relevant documents from the EU, ePrivacy Directive, ePrivacy Regulation, GDPR and WP29/EDPB.
Facebook Custom Audiences is a valuable tool for many online marketers, but the dirty little secret is the difficulty in making it compliant with the GDPR and ePrivacy rules. I explain the issues and how to overcome them.
I explore some real world examples of the good, bad and ugly implementations of cookie consent. unsplash-logoIgor Miske
I often describe Data Protection Authorities (aka “Supervisory Authorities”, “Regulators”) as the referees of the Data Protection rulebook. They don’t make the rules but they do enforce them. Add they also have to live...