it's like set the law for the small web designer, but forget the big fish and governments are closing in on net neutrality.
I think this will be very annoying. I did read something about this yesterday. It appears that Europe will follow suite of the UK. I have no idea why this law has been put to pass, and what this involves for us. I can't seem to get rid of that horrid pop-up on some of those examples.
The examples above though seem to only allow a user to select the 'Allow' option. This means the user will not click on a decline button; so on each and every page, they will receive the same message asking for the user to allow cookies.
Not very user friendly I am a little puzzled.
I see most of the rules created to protect, and baffle everybody at the same time complicating our simple lives. Apart from this law, what would happen if I was based in the UK (which I'm not) and did not comply with this cookie rule. I was hoping that Chuck Norris would pop out of my monitor and pull me into a world of Chun Kuk Do, were he would show me the error of my way.