2012 Data Privacy Act – RP 🇵🇭
Understanding cookies and their role in online browsing is crucial for safeguarding your privacy. Cookies, small text files dropped by websites onto your device, serve important functions but also have implications for data collection. To address privacy concerns, global regulations such as the 2012 Data Privacy Act (DPA) have been implemented. Prioritizing data protection is essential in today’s digital landscape.
What are Cookies?
Cookies act as small text files that websites store on your device during online exploration. Processed and stored by your web browser, cookies play essential roles in website functionality. However, it’s important to recognize their potential to store significant data that could identify you without your consent. Consequently, various regulations worldwide focus on protecting our data and privacy.
2012 DPA & Cookies
- Include a Button to Reject Cookies: Although it does not specifically clarify a button as in other cases, we must provide an opt-out option that “takes effect immediately and is consistent.”
- Do Not Sell Button: Include a prominent “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link or button on the homepage for users to opt-out of personalized advertisements.
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