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EU cookie laws. How do I alter my FrontPage built website.

I use MS FrontPage to build my website at www.americancarsuk.com
What steps to I need to alter to display the new cookie "yes" "no" boxes.
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MalcolmBishop
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You might want to read this: http://www.theeucookielaw.com/   As far as I can tell, the only cookies set for your site are the Google tracking cookies... which are of course the kind of cookies they don't want you to use.  One of the solutions is simply to remove Google tracking code and then there is nothing to tell anyone about.
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MalcolmBishopAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Very simple explanation in his article.
If I continue to use Google, how do I build a ( banner, is it called? ) to allow visitors to opt in/out to obide by the law?
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
To let them "opt out" and continue to use your site, you have to turn off your Google tracking code.
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MalcolmBishopAuthor Commented:
Ok. I understand.
How do I buid an "opt in" button?
Cheers
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
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MalcolmBishopAuthor Commented:
I have contacted OpenGlobal and their html code and privacy policy are exactly what I want.
Thanks to David Baldwin for the perfect solution.
EE is No. 1 again!!!
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