Ad-blocker blocking websites must ask for permission before probing your browser

Under EU law in force since May 2011, people must give their consent before an anti-ad-blocker script can run and hide content on a page.

Country: EU

Domains: Privacy

Tags: ad-blocking, EU law, consent, privacy, Internet

Posted on Sunday 24 April 2016

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