This website is now, I think, fully GDPR compliant.
Unless explicit consent is granted, it sets no cookies and performs no tracking other than that required for keeping the site and the server it sits on secure.
I intend to use a tweaked version of this same system on Aetherweb’s other sites in due course.
If you have a website and want help implementing the above to bring your site into compliance, please contact us….
Meanwhile – if you’re a small business owner and panicking about GDPR – worried about potentially huge fines – check out these two links; they may help you sleep better…
- On this page is a statement by the information commissioner Elizabeth Denham of The ICO about who should be concerned about potentially receiving attention and/or a large fine – scroll down to ‘Policing the law’, she says, “We will have more powers to stop companies processing data, but we only take action where there has been serious and sustained harm to individuals”:
- This is an interview of Deputy Information Commissioner Steve Wood on BBC Radio 5 – first aired 27th April 2018. Listen to him speak specifically at 1m 20s where he makes it clear that if there’s already a genuine reason for you to hold personal data and the person whose data you hold will expect you to use their data in the way you use it, there is likely no need to re-gain additional consent: