It is necessary to obtain a user’s consent before most kinds of cookies can be placed on their computer. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has made clear that implied consent will be adequate in most cases and therefore it is generally accepted that a clear and prominent notice on a website about cookies combined with the user’s continued use of a site is sufficient to indicate consent. This kind of notice may not, however, be appropriate in every case. The more intrusive the cookie, the more meaningful and well informed the user’s consent should be and the more likely the need for the express acceptance of your use of specific cookies by the user.
review what cookies are used on your website;
If you would like advice about cookies or any other IT related issues, please contact the IP/IT team at Pannone.