Covington Inside Privacy – German Government plans new Cookie Consent

Covington Inside Privacy – German Government plans new Cookie Consent

The German law firm Covigton informs that the German government is reportedly working on a regulation that will outline the requirements for so-called “consent management services,” which are services for gathering and storing website users’ consent to the placement of cookies and similar technologies, according to several news reports in the past month of August. These offerings would take the place of cookie banners. They may, for instance, get approval for numerous websites at once. Users might be able to generalize and classify their consent by category of devices or websites by using specialized software apps, which would allow users to replicate the consent they provided on one website to other websites. Every six months, users would be prompted to review their consents. The Covigton information is provided by Lars LensdorfKristof Van QuathemAnna Oberschelp de Meneses & Diane Valat (see picture from left to right except for Diane Valat). Read more at law The German Government is Drafting a Regulation on Cookie Consent Management Services | Inside Privacy

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