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  Reply # 1526345 5-Apr-2016 13:53
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Though Google wouldn't know if you're showing the cookie message or not. I'm sure they have more important things to worry about than cookie messages for non-EU sites.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1526347 5-Apr-2016 14:05
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Oh, they know. They have so many robots you won't believe what they know about your web property.





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  Reply # 1526368 5-Apr-2016 14:33
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Does it strike anyone else as a really stupid law?

 

It causes a whole lot of fuss around the world over...cookies, which are one of the most benign quirks of the internet.


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  Reply # 1526370 5-Apr-2016 14:36
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It follows from stupid companies that made millions of "cleaning your PC of spyware" when they were really only deleting text files. Scare tactics.





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  Reply # 1529737 10-Apr-2016 23:45
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  Reply # 1529742 10-Apr-2016 23:55
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I guess you can always use an Adblock subscription to block the cookie filters.


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  Reply # 1529781 11-Apr-2016 07:09
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I guess you can always use an Adblock subscription to block the cookie filters.


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  Reply # 1529787 11-Apr-2016 07:42
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Also if you clear cookies the message will show again. It my also appear if you are using from a VPN or work as some companies use overseas exit points - HP and Microsoft do.




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