What the new rules on cookies mean for IT leaders

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Companies will soon be forced to comply with an EU Directive limiting the storing of personal data by cookies that track web sites. Fox Williams partner Nigel Miller examines the implications

The law on cookies changed on 26 May, but the new law was only passed by parliament three weeks prior to that, so web site operators have had little time to work out what changes are needed and how...

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