Major European DPA’s revise cookie requirements

The major European DPA's ICO, CNIL and BayLDA have all revised their cookie requirements. Here's a short overview.

In July of 2019, the major European DPA’s revised their cookie requirements. 

Both the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and the French Data Protection Authority, CNIL, followed in the footsteps of German BayLDA (Bavarian Data Protection Authority) who in March 2019 published its requirements for the use of cookies to collect and process personal data.

Here we will walk you through the key points of the three DPA’s revisions of the cookie requirements based on an easy-to-read chart crafted by International Law firm Bird & Bird Partners Gabriel Voisin and Ruth Boardman.

In the list, we look at the differences and similarities of the new cookie requirements by ICO, CNIL and BayLDA. 

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