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How to properly disable session cookies (EU cookies law, GDPR)

(05-06-2023, 09:59 PM)InsiteFX Wrote: READ:

Cookies on GOV.UK

lol, wut....

Anyway, back on the original topic without reference to wildly-irrelevant links, the following is quoted from the CI4 docs, specifically Library Reference - Validation, with bold added by me to explain why I'm mentioning this:

Quote:In that case, you need to use Form helper function validation_errors(), validation_list_errors() and validation_show_error(). These functions check the validation errors that are stored in the session.

It would be good (considering the non-trivial costs involved) if there was a direct way in CI4 to disable all cookie and session functionality. Many sites need to use cookies, but not all of them do. If you want to put up something that requires zero storage of any user data, you shouldn't have to comply with international data privacy regulations out of concern that your framework might store data despite your lack of intent to do so. There is probably a way to accomplish this, but if so, it's not obvious. Just avoiding one feature is clearly not a reliable approach.

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RE: How to properly disable session cookies (EU cookies law, GDPR) - by Crenel - 05-06-2023, 10:31 PM

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