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Greenpeace's cookie warning

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Since a while back website owners are required by EU law to offer clear information about the use of cookies on the website to its users. It's a stupid and pointless law. But Greenpeace has found a fun way to notify their visitors about all this:

"This site uses cookies -- tiny bits of code that help us keep track of your interests and auto-fill petitions. We also use cookies to improve site performance and find better ways to make it easier for you to take action and make change. The European Union has decided that rather than safeguard your future with aggressive laws on carbon emissions, that they were going to crack down on this major threat to civilization: the cookie. Sure, cookies can be abused by sites that use them for marketing. But not us. So say yes to our cookies. And tell the EU to do better things with their power, like looking after the planet."

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