Gov’t Wants Input on Cookie Rules Change
PRIVACY—THE NETHERLANDSOctober 3, 2013
The Dutch government has introduced a proposal for a change in cookie rules and is seeking public input, Mondaq reports. The proposed amendment was introduced by the minister of economic affairs in May and is symbolic of the new way the Dutch government looks at cookies. It aims to exempt some cookies from rules in that if browsers allow users to actively configure settings, implicit consent may be an acceptable method, the report states.