Gdpr was invented by big banner to sell more website banners
@Aleums You don't actually need a banner unless you want to track people. For logins and settings and things you don't need to ask.
When I had a conversation with our (company) lawyer, he said: “Ouh, we need to do something with the public website. You know, cookies.”.
Me: “Uh, yes, really?”
Him: “Well, we need to give people the option to … [blah]”
Me: ”There is no banner needed to opt out of cookies, as the website doesn’t set any cookie by design.”
Him: “Oh. Ah. I guess that’s then … okay.“
Kelber’s law: When they say it’s the GDPR’s fault that something is bad, it’s never.
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