Some times ago to Europe come GDPR law. With it comes another ton of pop-ups and alerts on websites and SPA apps. And since most of the websites have very poor handling of consents, every time when we enter to some page, firstly we must agree with agreements once again.
What do you think about creating a universal and unified meta tag for GDPR policies instead of tons of pop-ups on every website? This type of meta tag would have content of policy for page and web browser would store a hash of the content, if the content change, show it to user once again. Furthermore, the browser in this approach can handle displaying policy content in a more native way and could even asynchronously tell script on the page if the user agrees or not.
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