I delivered this presentation on Friday 26 June at WordCamp Europe in Seville, Spain.
As always, nothing in this talk is, or should be construed as, legal advice.
Links and resources I referenced in the talk are as follows:
- My compliance guide to the EU Consumer Rights Directive
- Latest national EU cookie law implementation guidance
- Counting the cost of the cookie law, Part 1 and Part 2
- Julia Reda MEP
- Save the Link campaign
- Why legislators are attacking the right to create links – and what you can do
- ECHR Human Rights holds news portal liable for user comments (Delfi v Estonia)
- Follow @euvataction
- EU VAT Action campaign
Later resources on the EU GDPR will follow. At this point there’s a lot of information overload which would serve very little purpose to audience members.
Please note that for the rest of the conference, anyone else asking me about VATMOSS compliance by the pool is getting thrown in.
About the author
Heather Burns is a digital law specialist in Glasgow, Scotland. She researches, writes, publishes, consults, and speaks extensively on internet laws and policies which affect the crafts of web design and development. She has been designing and developing web sites since 1997 and was a professional web site designer from 2007-2015. She holds a postgraduate certification in internet law and policy from the University of Strathclyde. Learn about hiring Heather to write, speak, or consult.