Leosghost - 10:21 am on Apr 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
you might have some ownership to make sure you provide the information to your users and I think that's common sense because if you've got a user who maybe doesn't understand how third party ad networks work and how web pages work, then clearly if they see something they don't like they are going to complain to the publisher first because that's who they think has maybe set that
This is the part where the problem is ..he's making website owners responsible for explaining Google cookies..and not Google..
And the use of the word "ownership" in
makes no sense at all ..
you might have some ownership to make sure you provide the information to your users
The accurate use of the English language and the appropriate choice of words so that sentences actually make sense has apparently been deemed "optional" for ICO spokesmen and women..
Or that sentence makes no sense deliberately ..
The transcription was very welcome engine :)