privacy | 2018-07-28, 19:21:00

Is, simply, wrong.

Delivering an interstitial for cookies does require to identify the users that visit a website, including permanently fingerprinting them, which means it's not a law for privacy but rather against it.

I won't run a consent script.

You do get sessions while browsing this website, which is part of the standard functioning of PHP.

If you post a comment, you’ll also get a few cookies from the data form (the name you insert, email and so on) and some from Google's Recaptcha.

However, refusing cookies upon browsing shall not prevent the reading of the contents.

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