On October 15th, Axeptio participated in a workshop on cookies. This was an excellent opportunity to present our philosophy around our cookie management module in light of CNIL’s new guidelines. The workshop was part of the annual Congress of Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises (ACE), representing law firms and business advisors. Axeptio presented its solution and approach, emphasizing easy cookie management, transparency, and a hyper-graphic module. We were thrilled to participate in the event and invite lawyers, consultants, and in-house counsels to consider our cookie module for their clients and business needs.
What is ACE, and why did we talk about cookies there?
ACE stands in French for “Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises,” representing law and corporate consulting firms. On October 15th, Axeptio participated in a workshop on cookies, which was timely given the CNIL’s recent publication of new guidelines and recommendations. For Axeptio, it was an opportunity to present our philosophy around our cookie management module. This was our market news of the day.
The ACE Congress, what was it about?
The workshop allowed participants to become aware of the new guidelines and recommendations of the CNIL. It also allowed for a better understanding of the complex ecosystem of real-time bidding (RTB) and the IAB framework. Axeptio wanted to provide legal advice with a concrete and practical point of view on what complying with legal requirements entails. We presented our solution and, most importantly, our approach:
- Easily manage cookies by installing a plug-and-play tool on your website
- Be transparent by opening up your website’s hood and showing what cookies are being deposited
- A highly graphical module that provides a service to your audience by allowing them to customize their browsing conditions.
We are pleased to have participated in the Congress of the Association Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises. Are you a lawyer, consultant, or corporate lawyer who wants to recommend a solution to your clients or business leaders? Then don’t hesitate to look into Axeptio’s cookie module.