• (2019, Mar) German DSK: Guidance and FAQ on cookies.
  • (2019, May) German DSK: guidance on the applicability of the German Telemedia Act, which includes the topic of cookies post-GDPR.
  • (2019, Jul) Slovenian DPA: cookie guidance.
  • (2019, Dec) Lichtenstein: Data Protection Office publishes view on impact of the Planet49 CJEU decision concerning the use of cookies (article in English).
  • (2019, Dec) Hogan Lovells: Recent Developments on Cookies – a Pan-European Overview.
  • (2019, Dec) Dutch DPA: Cookie Compliance Statement.
  • (2020, Feb) Danish supervisory authority (Datatilsynet): practical advice on “the most common pitfalls to avoid” when developing and implementing cookie consent banners (see here an article in English).
  • (2020, Apr) Irish DPC: guidance note on the use of cookies and other tracking technologies.
  • (2020, Apr) Belgian Data Protection Authority: guidance in relation to the use of cookies.
  • (2020, Apr) Irish DPC: report on the use of cookies and other tracking technologies.
  • (2020, May) Finnish authorities publish updated cookie guidelines, in the aftermath of the Planet49 decision.
  • (2020, May) EDPB: Guidelines on consent, now including the consequences of “cookie walls” and scrolling – both do not constitute valid consent.
  • (2020, May) French CNIL: publishes updated draft guidelines on cookies.
  • (2020, Jun) German DPAs (DSK): resolution on the use of Google Analytics in the non-public sector. This resolution is designed to supplement the “Guidance from Supervisory Authorities for Telemedia Providers,” which was adopted by DSK in March 2020.
  • (2020, Jul) Spain published guidance on the use of cookies (English version available here). An updated guidance on this topic was published on 28 July and is available here in Spanish.
  • (2020, Oct) The French data protection authority (‘CNIL’) issued the final version of its guidelines on the use of cookies and other trackers, replacing a first draft published on July 4, 2019 (the press release is available in English and the guidelines and recommendations are available only in French).