This article proposes that cookies can be curtailed by default using an important principle under data protection law which is data protection by default.
Paarth Naithani, Assistant Lecturer, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India.
This article proposes that cookies can be curtailed by default using an important principle under data protection law which is data protection by default. The article looks at the present and proposed law on cookies, recent decisions in respect of cookies, and the requirements of data protection by default. The article proposes data protection by default settings for browsers and websites in respect of cookies. It also makes recommendations for the upcoming cookie law in the EU, the proposed ePrivacy Regulation.
Published in: Tilburg Law Review
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