Cookie Law Toolkit Beta Launched

By: Richard Beaumont | Monday, July 4, 2011 | Tagged: Cookie Law | Leave Comment

We are very excited to announce today the first public showing of a beta version of our Cookie Law Toolkit.

Visitors to our website today will notice the change to our header, with the addition of a new overlay for gaining consent for the use of cookies.

The overlay prevents the setting of any script controlled cookies - such as Google Analytics and most third party tracking cookies, until visitors click on the 'Allow' link.

Once they do, the script will disappear, and through the use of its own cookie - remember the consent for subsequent visits.

However the 'More Info' functionality is what we are really excited about.  When this is fully developed, it will draw its information from the cookie database.

Over the coming weeks we will be launching a fully fledged service to enable webmasters to create their own version of this script for installation on their own sites

This will include being able to login, organise their cookies in our database, create their own messaging, and customise look and feel of the overlay for their own needs.

If you have a website and are interested in this service, or if you are a web design/development business and are interested in using the service for your clients, then please get in touch today.

Stay tuned for more details over the coming weeks.

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