English Communications Minister

EP the law obliges users to request the express acceptance of these files. It is expected that not more than one third of the 27 implemented this measure. At the moment, only Denmark and Estonia have notified that they will comply with it. This Thursday entered into force in the European Union the law of cookies, which obliges users request the express acceptance of these files to ensure your privacy. At the moment, there have been few countries that have announced that they currently clear measures to carry out this Act and provides that not more than one-third of the 27 Member States apply this measure.

So far, only Denmark and Estonia have notified the European Commission that will implement the measures necessary to comply with the reform of telecommunications. While the law has already entered into force, many countries skeptical with the real possibilities of applying this law have shown. According to European Commission spokesman, Jonathan Todd, only these two countries adhere fully to the amendments proposed by the Board of Privacy on the Internet. In addition, according to Todd quoted by the European Commission’s digital Agenda, the United Kingdom has also announced that it will undertake measures to comply with the law, although it has fallen short after issuing a partial notification. Quoted by the BBC, the English Communications Minister, Ed Vaizey, has said that the Government is seeking a friendly solution and they believe that an agreement with touch can be achieved to develop the regulation. We recognize that some web users have genuine concerns about privacy online, but we also recognize that cookies play a key role in the proper functioning of the Internet, Vaizey said. Cookies Act searches that the user granted explicit permission to advertising companies who want to install a cookie on your computer. These cookies are pieces of software that are studying the habits of navigation of users, very valuable information for the company because it allows to know the habits of Internet users.


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