GDPR and Google Analytics

Enforcement of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is coming very soon. This regulation is not limited to companies based in the EU—it applies to any service anywhere in the world that can be used by citizens of the EU.

Under the old “cookie law”, using a third-party cookie-setting service like required informing users who were citizens of the EU. Under GDPR, explicit consent is required and implied consent isn’t enough.

Country: Global

Domains: Privacy

Tags: explicit consent, cookies, third party, GDPR

Posted on Monday 29 January 2018

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