Event Title

Complying with the EU Cookie Directive - How Not to Get Left Holding the Bag

Start Date

24-8-2012 9:15 AM

End Date

24-8-2012 10:45 AM

Description

The 2009 amendments to the European Union’s (EU) E-Privacy Directive have created challenges for US companies operating abroad. These amendments, aka the “Cookie Directive,” require acquiring informed consent from users before storage of tracking files on users’ computers is authorized. The resulting challenges that face US companies stem from the non-uniform consent standards adopted by EU member states. This panel features expert explanation of the E-Privacy Directive and top methods for compliance with the Cookie Directive.

EUCookieAuditConsentMgr(SCLS Panel).pdf (1456 kB)
Cookies - Audit and Consent

GILBERT - Cookie Laws 2012 08 23.pdf (297 kB)
Complying with the EU Member State Cookie Laws

 
Aug 24th, 9:15 AM Aug 24th, 10:45 AM

Complying with the EU Cookie Directive - How Not to Get Left Holding the Bag

The 2009 amendments to the European Union’s (EU) E-Privacy Directive have created challenges for US companies operating abroad. These amendments, aka the “Cookie Directive,” require acquiring informed consent from users before storage of tracking files on users’ computers is authorized. The resulting challenges that face US companies stem from the non-uniform consent standards adopted by EU member states. This panel features expert explanation of the E-Privacy Directive and top methods for compliance with the Cookie Directive.