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FRED1963 says:

Since joining in 2006 in the UK I've shared Albums directly or on social media but since this year a number of people have rightly complained about the very off putting Cookies consent banner when they view the Albums/Collections etc. I've seen the comments on previous posts here and tend to agree that it doesn't help to promote the image of Flickr in having to overcome what is a confusing page before viewing pictures. It's accepted that it is a requirement of national laws to do this but other websites have made it a much more simple process to either "Accept" or "Manage", if they so wish.

I hope Flickr staff take on this observation proactively as not merely a criticism but a reflection from others outside the direct Flickr community who I would like to share pictures with and would be more positive to others about it. I hope there is another solution as I have to explain to others the current process.

Apologies for a second post so soon as circumstances haven't allowed me to raise this sooner.
Posted at 6:56AM, 25 April 2021 PDT ( permalink | reply )

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Stig Nygaard says:

Totally agree. Other sites have found much better ways to handle this.
Posted 3 weeks ago. ( permalink | reply )

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micael18 says:

It's VERY problematic, and it's only going one way: To be worse... Also on Google, I have to scroll down, and accept all. The same, is possible on Flickr: Simply scroll down the banner, and accept it all instead of wasting time.

Or, install "I don't care about cookies-ad on. That works on Google Chrome. Don't know, if it will work on other browsers, like Firefox, on Linux...
Posted 2 weeks ago. ( permalink | reply )

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