Is it the end of the EU nonsense cookie law?
Back in 2009 a shudder was felt throughout the web designing community of Europe. The powers that be, in this case the EU and the ICO, decided to create a new law that would have every website owner in Europe display to the viewer that the website they are using stores information in the form of cookies.
If compliance was not met you could face an £1000 fine and maybe even jail time. The UK website owners were giving 1 year to comply with this daft law and after that time you was officially BREAKING THE LAW!
The beginning of 2013 saw the end to this nonsense with the ICO removing their cookie law acceptance notice from their website.
I am still searching for a case where an individual was prosecuted, or was it all just a bad dream?