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In light of recent developments with the spread of Covid-19, and taking government advice, Team Creatomatic are now working remotely.

We have set up a new cloud-based phone system to enable us to continue to take calls away from the office. We’re currently operating a temporary phone number at 01461 315008 while we wait for the divert on our usual number to kick in. If you require any website updates then please email [email protected] with your requests and we will get back to you asap.

We are all still available via email throughout the duration; and we’ll be happy to arrange remote meetings via Zoom/Skype/Google Meet as appropriate.

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EU Cookie Law Finally Dies and Goes Away


 
 
James Miodonski
 

 

According to Silktide, who we’ve linked to before on the subject, it appears that the ridiculous EU Cookie Law is dead. Got to love their take on it: http://blog.silktide.com/2013/01/the-stupid-cookie-law-is-dead-at-last/

 

We called this when it first came up (see our Cookie Policy, which originally contained a bit less brevity and a lot more swearwords). A lot of somewhat unscrupulous web agencies used it as an excuse to charge their client base ridiculous amounts of money.

We didn’t. Yay, us.

Edit: OK, OK, it’s not completely dead and gone yet. A few people have spotted that, in actual fact, it’s moved to an Implied Consent model, whereby your usage of a website implies that you’re happy with the cookies installed therein – but as a site owner, you’re obliged to list any cookies in use on the site. Which sounds a lot more reasonable, practical, and enforceable from our point of view. KA

 
 
 
 

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