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I wonder what button I should press on this cookie consent dialog to not accept cookies? #fail

@GDPR_HallOfShame

Oh le gros anti-pattern CSS trompeur sur emerald.com
Le bouton qui accepte les #cookies a été dessiné comme si c’était une case à cocher moderne (par exemple comme ça creativejuiz.fr/trytotry/custo ). Du coup, moi, je clique dessus pour le désactiver… et on m’indique que je viens d’accepter tous les cookies 😱​

Si ça, ce n’est pas là pour tromper… 😕 Tous les moyens sont bons pour vous faire accepter des clauses sans votre consentement. #RGPD

We value your privacy, that's why you have to click on this tiny link and check all those boxes if you want to opt out of our cookies and trackers

yeah, NYTimes, something went wrong.

First you require me to "manage", then I have to scroll 50 pages of content, click on a confusing opt out button that is clearly designed to be lost in the scrolling and then something goes wrong.

@GDPRHallOfShame @GDPR_HallOfShame You'll find this one galling: renault.co.uk/electric-vehicle - No labels at all, defaults look like "off" but selecting them turns them ambiguous yellow, another 'accept or manage' antipattern, it's just all gross.

I guess I have something to put on the #GDPRHallOfShame

If you don't pay attention, the "I change my settings" button on the cookie banner can go unnoticed.

Oh and yeah, those green switches are checked by default. That's #darkpatterns for you and an illegal cookie banner too (if I still know how those are supposed to behave to be legal)

@GDPR_HallOfShame that is a good addition to the #GDPRHallOfShame, right ?

🍪 #Instagram et le consentement : Accepter les cookies ou Accepter les cookies -après- avoir lu un texte explicatif sur le pourquoi du comment.

The first dark UX pattern that promotes...

rejecting cookies.

What can I say, kudos taxydromiki.com

This is a new one, this site seems to use a clause that allows a company to use your data because it has a "lawful right".

This can't be right. It's a news website. They have no lawful rights over my data.

liquor store, gdpr 

> are you 18 years old? by clicking "yes", you accept our use of cookies

well, that's smart, fulfilling two legal requirements with a single dialog window

This is a new low. Healthline requires you to tick and untick "allow all" in order to opt out. These games have become more and more weird.

"La gestion de la confidentialité c'est compliqué", épisode n°10429

Sans regarder le pouet qui suit, saurez-vous déterminer quel switch est activé ?

This is a new one! (mensjournal)

If you click on it it shows a classic cookie options dialog.

Shame on you gadgethacks. I do not accept means don't track me, not "kick me out".

Today in team meeting: urgent decision needed to meet strict GDPR cookie policy. Unanimous decision: let’s get rid of all cookies except some pure functional for language and navigation. Goodbye addThis, even Google Analytics and other third party bs. That went surprisingly well!
And related: a really, simple mainstream internet said to me: Google search sucks, referring clearly to the poor quality of the search results.
GAFAM is killing itself slowly... Super!

Dammit , not only I never subscribed for your mail, you need me to take 3 steps including logging in to unsubscribe.

Shame on you! I used to trust you.

I was happy at first to see that reuters has an easy(ish) to access decline all button.

HA! Just try to scroll down 3 pixels to read your arrticle.

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