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# cookies
France slaps fines of €100 million on Google and €35 million on Amazon over advertising cookies
The data watchdog said users were “either insufficiently informed or never informed” of cookies being placed on their computers.
# Data privacy
Explainer: Irish websites had six months to fully comply with cookie regulations. What happens now?
Sites were given until 5 October to get their cookie policies in line.
# The Club Scene
'A top-level AIL game is a better product than your run-of-the-mill Pro14 game'
The Club Scene Podcast has picked up a loyal and engaged following since its launch in 2018.
# AIL Legends
'From the kick-off, they decided to start a schemozzle. That suited us'
Ger Earls was a key part of Young Munster’s AIL success in 1993 after joining from Thomond.
# Gingerbrinkley cookies
Mindy Kaling's friends threw her a brilliant 'You've Got Mail' themed party after she had her baby
She’s had a busy week.
# cookies
Ben & Jerry's are bringing their delish ice cream sandwiches to Ireland
Oh. Yes.
# TechKnowHow
What the heck are cookies and what do they do?*
*We’re talking about cookies on your browser, not the edible kind unfortunately.
# nationalcookieday
17 of Ireland's tastiest cookies you'll want to shove in your mouth
Celebrate National Cookie Day by smashing one of these in your mouth.
# takes the biscuit
Tayto chocolate chip cookies are now a thing
Three of our favourite things, together at last.
# takes the biscuit
Tayto chocolate chip cookies are now a thing
Three of our favourite things, together at last.
# tracking
Belgian court tells Facebook to stop tracking non-members or else
If it fails to comply, it will risk fines of up to €250,000 a day.
9 simple ways to take your biscuits to the absolute next level
It’s National Biscuit Day suckers.
# business smarts
Girl Scout sets up outside a marijuana clinic, sells hundreds of cookies in the process
Bow to the queen cookie seller.
# easy reading
Facebook simplifies its privacy policy so that you might actually read it this time
The shortened policy also hints towards its long-rumoured payments transfer service, but you still won’t have much control over how your data is used.
# david v goliath
Cook Islands (population 10,900) one game away from Rugby World Cup
Led by former Leinster forward Stan Wright, the Cookies are hoping to shock the former RWC quarter finalists.
# TheBoredBaker
A bored Sainsbury's baker hid angry poems in packs of biscuits
“Seven pound an hour/ Is the price of my labour/ Loyalty costs more.”
# Bad taste
Bakery apologises for 'Just do it. He did it' Pistorius themed cookies
Another cookie depicted a toilet with the wording “Caution” and “Using toilet Please don’t shoot!”
# Sweet little lies
Prankster fools police with an iPhone-shaped cookie
This prank really takes the biscuit. Ahem.
# cookie monsters
Oreos are as addictive as crack according to science
No surprises there!
# Om nom nom
Is eating dinner on your own good or bad?
It’s either the best thing in the world, or a total letdown.
# me love it
Cookie Monster covers Icona Pop, with wonderful results
Cookie Monster shares his love for cookies and his struggle with self control in a new musical moment.
# cookies
Data Protection Commissioner commences action on "cookie" law
The Commissioner has sent letters to 80 websites requesting information on how they have met their obligations under the law since July 2011.
# Mitt Romnonnomnom
Mitt Romney eating his own face
# Facebook
Facebook and the controversial cookie
Has Facebook re-enabled a tracking cookie – and if so, what does it mean for Facebook users?