Half lawyer, half geek, mostly harmless
A few organisations are at least approaching the problematic EU cookie law with a modicum of humour, as I found when investigating the compliance methods used by top tech law firms and others.
One firm (BLP) has named its cookie script -"hungry.js".
The Register tech news website uses"http://www.theregister.co.uk/EUCookieMonster/nom"for the directory and sub-directory holding the script to handle the consent click.
Has anyone else come across other examples of cookie law humour?
I was considering naming my opt-in/out cookie "ironicCookie". But in the end I decided I really din't need any cookies at all.
That's a good one Adam!