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Confessions of a Better connected reviewer

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Last summer I joined the team responsible for conducting the annual Better connected survey of local gov websites, published today. Find out how I got on. Continue reading

5 cookie consent plug-ins for WordPress

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A review of the accessibility and usability of some of the WordPress plug-ins that allow sites to gain consent for the use of cookies, in accordance with EU directives. Continue reading

Could the EU cookie law be harming web accessibility?

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The EU’s Privacy and Communications Directive came into force last May, and was arguably so complex to implement that UK organisations were given a year to work out how to comply. As organisations start to implement their various solutions, I take a look at the potential accessibility and usability issues. Continue reading

The Cookie Monster strikes again

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Please note the title of this article is just a bad pun, and not a reference to the cookiemonster exploit attack. Many Scottish authorities are in the process of transferring … Continue reading

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