With the new EU cookie compliance law coming into force Friday (26/05/12), does anyone have any suitable advice for those of us who not only develop in Drupal and other frameworks? I myself have a degree in Business (and use to teach Business at FE level and had numerous limited companies), the ICO website is not helpful for those who developing, but those who have 'netpreneur' aspirations, may have second thoughts now the full weight of the ICO is behind the EU law. Personally, I would be quite happy to see the cookies option removed from all visitors on my future portal developments.
Would anyone care to shed some light on this in how we can ensure end users perceptions of 'privacy' theft are reduced to the lowest possible point. I don't believe the answer is merely to 'seek professional advice' as some Drupal developers simply cannot when starting out, even though I would argue that that should always be the case from a organsizational legal standpoint.
What would be the simplest answer to ensure compliance across Drupal?