Ensure your website meets the cookie consent law

The grace period to ensure your website complies with the EU directive on the use of cookies has ended, so if you’re still to take action, best hurry.

The law says you must provide your website users with clearer information on your use of cookies, and obtain their consent to use them.

Here are the steps you need to follow:

  • First, take an audit of the cookies used by your site
  • Explain what type they are (session, persistent, third party, etc) and what they do
  • Place the link to this information in a prominent place on your website; you might also highlight or increase the font size of the link to make it more visible
  • Using pop up or header windows with a YES/NO consent button, and a link to find out more on your use of cookies works well too.

For more information on cookie types and complying with EU law, visit www.ico.gov.uk.

Call to Business event

A Call to Business is running a two-day conference on how to apply biblical principles whilst walking in the Spirit in the marketplace. The event, which takes place on Friday 23 to Saturday 24 November at Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, London SW1, will feature a variety of entrepreneurs, lawyers and educators from business, media and government, including South African Bible teacher, Landa Cope, who will speak on biblical law and justice in relation to business, and Peter Tsukahira, the Israeli author of “God’s Tsunami” and “My Father’s Business”.

For more information, visit www.acalltobusiness.co.uk

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