https://www.privacypolicies.com/blog/eu-cookie-law/ To CITE:
- 1.What is the EU Cookie Legislation?
- 2.Some Cookies Don’t Need Consent
- 3.This is Not Just for Cookies
- 4.Does This Affect Me?
- 5.How Do I Comply With EU Cookie Law?
- 5.1.Option 1 – Get rid of your cookies
- 5.2.Option 2 – Add a Pop-Up or Similar Technology
- 5.3.Option 3 – Get Implied Consent
- 5.4.Option 4 – Add It to Your Terms and Conditions
- 5.5.Option 5 – Get a program to do it for you
- 5.6.When to Obtain Consent
- 5.7.Providing Cookie Information
- 6.Understanding Cookies
- 6.1.What is a cookie?
- 6.2.Types of Cookies
- 6.3.Blocking Cookies
- 7.What Happens if a User Opts Out?
- 8.What Penalties Can Website Owners Face if They Don’t Comply?
- 9.Reporting a Site for Non-Compliance
https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/7/21250300/eu-cookie-consent-policy-updated-guidelines-cookie-wall CITED: ‘For many internet users, the EU’s cookie consent policies are an aggravating and unavoidable experience when browsing the web. Introduced in 2018 as part of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), these notices ask users to agree to being tracked when visiting a site for the first time, but are often misleadingly worded or impossible to refuse. In an effort to make cookie consent more consensual, the EU has published updated guidelines this week banning some of the worst interpretations of these policies.
The biggest change is an end to “cookie walls” which make viewing content contingent on consenting to be tracked. The whole point of the cookie consent policy is to give people a free choice in whether or not their data is collected for things like targeted advertising. But, as the EU notes, if a website “puts into place a script that will block content from being visible except for a request to accept a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer’s hard drive when you access the web site, ” this “does not constitute valid consent” as the user is “not presented with a genuine choice.” So: no more cookie walls.’
Cookie-System (EU) revision – Changing-Guard.com-Cookie-Policy-Changing guard.com – 800×450 px
You see the dynamics of Cookies System (EU)?
What has been cooked by the EU in 2012, should be preserved over time and adapted to the requirements of business-growth!
Definition of Cookies Policy – wikiHow (CITED):
Cookies allow a site or services to know if your computer or device has visited that site or service before. Cookies can then be used to help understand how the site or service is being used, help you navigate between pages efficiently, help remember your preferences, and generally improve your browsing experience.
The Cookies Law Explained https://www.cookielaw.org/the-cookie-law/ (CITED):
The Law concerning a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer’s hard drive when you access the web site, is a piece of privacy legislation that requires websites to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on a computer, smartphone or tablet. It was designed to protect online privacy, by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected and used online, and give them a choice to allow it or not.
Concerning a Data Protection Officer:
What is the name or title, and the address, of the person who is accountable for the organization’s policies and practices and to whom complaints or inquiries can be forwarded: Dr. Mr. Mr. J.B. Pronk, Fijaj-East plot no. 21, Sekondi, Ghana, with restrictions concerning ‘Web-site’, not an organization, nor a company: ONLY: Cross-Africa Irrigation Project, c.q. African E.P.A. i.s.n. (= in statu nascendi, in being). so the following 2 requirements are NOT applicable: – an appointed data protection officer, or, – a GDPR representative within the EU,
For what (category of) purpose personal data is processed via this website
we give for each of them answers to the following questions: 1. What data we collect for this purpose? 2. How long we will retain data for this specific purpose? 3. The processing of personal data always requires a lawful basis: what lawful basis ? I.c. we choose, which this website is required by law. The categories of purposes: I. Contact – Through phone, mail, email and/or web-forms, II. Registering an account, III. Newsletters, IV. To be able to comply with legal obligations, V. Compiling and analyzing statistics for website improvement,
Do we share personal data with other parties? No.
Categories of personal data we have disclosed for a business purpose in the past 12 months:
About Security & Consent:
. Our website contains or processes sensitive (personal) information, . We secure personal data acquired on https://irrigateafrica.net by giving a general explanation about security in the privacy statement, and . We respect Do Not Track settings in browsers.