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05/22/2018 10:29:29 AM (21 months ago)
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  • Ticket #44043, comment 23

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    44My disagreement starts here.  There are no ''new'' GDPR rules about //cookies//.  After the GDPR becomes law, the use of cookies will ''still'' be regulated by Directive 2002/58/EC (which, unlike directive 95/46/EC, will ''not'' been revoked when the GDPR becomes law).
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    6 For the record: GDPR only mentions cookies ''once'' (Recital 30).  There are no "rules" (new or old) about cookies in the GDPR.  I do not understand why you ''keep'' perpetuating the falsehood that our handling of cookies must //change// because of the GDPR.
     6For the record: GDPR only mentions cookies ''once'' (Recital 30).  There are no "rules" (new or old) about cookies in the GDPR.
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     8(There are new rules about some //other things// in the GDPR.  These new rules should not [and IMHO //cannot//] be dealt with by using cookies.)
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    810> website visitors must give prior consent
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    10 No! This is also wrong.  Please re-read Directive 95/46/EC says this (Recital 25). It says:
     12You seem to think that "prior concent" applies to cookies. This is also wrong.  Please re-read Directive 95/46/EC says this (Recital 25). It says:
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    1214> Users should have the opportunity to refuse to have a cookie or similar device stored on their terminal equipment