Cookie banners meet the users on shared echo: according to an opinion poll of the industry association bitkom, they feel 46 percent of the respondents as a critical information, but 43 percent are only annoyed by the steady indications. One-third of the respondents take them out for overflowed.
"However, the current specifications rather drove that the banners are simply rocked away than that users actually deal with the information", susanne dehmel says, member of the bitkom business. It also criticizes the upcoming eprivacy regulation, which would lead to further clues.
The half-black cookies
52 percent indicate cookies about the browser settings. However, how regularly that happens, the survey is not out. The industry association sees this as proof that internet users consciously deal with cookies.
For the survey, 1005 people over 16 were interviewed by telephone, of which 861 internet users were.