Top EU court rules web sites must have ‘active consent’ to store cookies

The top European Union court has determined that to store internet users' cookies, website operators need to receive “active consent.”

The decision on Tuesday came in response to a disagreement between German company Planet49 and a German consumer group.

The dispute was over the firm's use of an already marked checkbox to gain consent for cookie storage with its online games.
https://thehill.com/policy/technology/technology/463778-top-eu-court-rules-web-sites-must-get-users-active-consent-to

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