A privacy group has lodged hundreds of complaints against what it calls “cookie banner terror” online.
Noyb, headed by well-known Austrian privacy advocate Max Schrems, is targeting companies which it says deliberately make it hard to opt-out of tracking cookies.
“By law, users must be given a clear yes/no option,” the group said.
Marketing groups have blamed the EU’s strict privacy rules for creating the problem.
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