Has one of your social media accounts been hacked? Or perhaps you’re looking for a list of precautions you can take to prevent future hacks? Whatever it is, we’ve covered the full list here – preventing and resolving hacks on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Most of these tips should apply to other platforms too.
Can you really enforce a law without making sure you comply with it first? The European Commission sues 5 countries over not implementing the Cookie Law, disregarding the fact that some of its own sites are still not in compliance.
A month after webmasters were forced into complying with the EU Cookie Law, we take a look at who is doing what. From the BBC’s bold statement right down to Thomson Holiday’s almost invisible few words, find out who is in compliance and who is being a bit vague.
In May 2011, the European Commission passed the EU Cookie Law stating that every website that saved cookies to a user’s browser would need to get the user’s permission to do so before being allowed to. Without this permission they would be in breach of the law and could potentially be fined.
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