The latest news and comment from the CloudClinic team.
Opt-In Or Opt-Out? Why Do Not Track And Respect For Fundamental Rights Will Save The Web
Imagine - you walk into a shoe shop and while you are looking at some trainers someone sneaks up and sticks … more
The body responsible for Do Not Track (DNT), the W3C’s Tracking Protection Working Group will shortly be releasing the technical part of the standard in a process named Last Call (LC) when … more
Baycloud Systems sets the record straight.
For some time Evidon, formerly known as Better Advertising, – acquirer of the Ghostery ad blocking browser extension, have … more
Internet Explorer 10 now accounts for over 70% of all requests with DNT set.
The percentage of web requests with the DNT header set in our sample of European websites is … more
Internet Explorer 10 compensates for declining Chrome DNT usage
The number of web requests to European websites from users of Internet Explorer is approaching 4% of the total. The percentage of … more
The law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse has been in the news recently in connection with the unprecedented level of lobbying activity directed against the new Data Protection Regulation, currently being … more
European Data Protection Day Monday, Jan 28th, 2013.
The number of web requests to European websites from browsers with Do Not Track set is now over 7% of the total, and rising.
Take a look at our … more
Comment to GDS blog post "It’s not about cookies, it’s about privacy"
Mike O'Neill (@incloud) — 20/03/2012
It should be about respecting citizen’s privacy, not … more
Our comment to Gov.UK blog post "Cookies on the Beta"
The Google Analytics (__utma) cookie is no more or less “intrusive” than any other piece of inert data. It is simply a number that … more
Website publishers should not be told to “go ahead” if they want to … more