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Rob

April 27th, 2012.


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Cookie Law implementation ideas

 

I am yet to find many examples of ways in which companies have implemented their Cookie alerts on their website.

This is probably not surprising as it’s yet to come in but the day is drawing near.

Here are some examples.  I will add more as I find them.  Please feel free to suggest your own.

 

Virgin.com – Wow you’ve got to be keen to bother reading all that.  And still the buttons are confusing.

What about “Yes please, use cookies.”  “No thanks I don’t want cookies”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BT.com

Quite sneaky here.  BT have popped the box at the bottom right hand side of the page.  Be quick though as it disappears after 20 seconds.  Also you need to have a lot of time on your hands to decide which cookies to accept and which not to.

 

Zebedee Creations

These guys have had their policy in place for over a year which is quite surprising.  It reminds me of the moment in Blackadder II where on a voyage of discovery with Captain Rum the water runs out aboard ship and they have to turn to drinking their own urine only to find out that Baldrick has been drinking his own for a year already – he prefers the taste!

Nice simple solution though.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.eu-cookie-law.com

Simple solution, which disappears after about 10 seconds.  Presumably they think that not actively agreeing is presumed acceptance? Is this legal?

3 comments on Cookie Law implementation ideas

  1. Wolf Software says:

    We have created a complete suite of solutions in order to allow people and businesses to gain compliance if they really want to do so.

    http://demos.dev.wolf-software.com

  2. David says:

    There’s another free plugin here which allows users to choose to accept or decline cookies before they’re set.
    http://silktide.com/cookieconsent

  3. MightyDrunken says:

    If you say no to cookies then how does the site know not to ask you again?

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