• legitimate interest

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    Hello, everybody. From Europe I suppose..
    I noticed, that “allowing cookies” has envolved recently. On some websites, I noticed, that even if your preferences are set to “not accept” or “disable” cookies, developpers found new way how to sneak into your PC 🙂

    Now they use “legitimate interest” setting, that is ON by default. Because if you visit the web deliberetly, you have the interest, dont you.

    Legal information here.

    Luckilly:

    …but essentially it means that if you use cookies on your website, you need your users’ consent. Therefore, you cannot afterwards claim a legitimate interest in processing (or letting third parties process) the data without consent.

    it seems like there is always a way, how to mine ones personal data and usage.

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