This is an update to our earlier post on how the law change on cookies use affects your website. Please read our earlier article for background information on this topic. The original information provided by the ICO on how the EU law on website cookie usage would affect UK website owners was sufficiently vague as […]
UPDATE: Further clarification from the ICO on what is required As of May 26th 2012 a new EU law comes into effect on the use of web cookies. It was first announced in 2011 but was put on hold for a year – but you need to be prepared for when it comes into force […]
The following information is intended to be used as a guide for UK businesses to your legal requirements, it is not guaranteed to cover all of your legal requirements. Further advice can be gained from contacting Trading Standards or an ecommerce specialist solicitor. The Sales of Goods Act 1979 applies equally online as it does […]
If your website is simply a brochure website that just advertises your products or services, it is unlikely to be covered by data protection legislation. However, if your website is interactive and gathers information on individuals, chances are you will need to comply with data protection legislation.