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FSA bites the dust

VileReynard
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FSA bites the dust

The FSA has been replaced by two organisations - one is the FCA (Financial Conduct Agency) at http://www.fca.org.uk/
It has a daft opening screen, which reads (in part):-

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Re: FSA bites the dust

Lets hope they are more effective than the totally useless FSA.
That screen shot  does not instill much confidence. Smiley
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Re: FSA bites the dust

Quote from: gleneagles
Lets hope they are more effective than the totally useless FSA.

Food Standards Agency also need replacing,
Devonian
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Re: FSA bites the dust

They changed their name, at what cost?
The same useless staff are at the desk though.
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Re: FSA bites the dust

and working in the same format, too , I expect...  Undecided
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Re: FSA bites the dust

Quote from: vilefoxdemonofdoom
It has a daft opening screen, which reads (in part):-

It certainly is. The only cookie any site REALLY needs to store on anyones computer is a session cookie and even then thats only if they're running a dynamic site with a database on the backend providing the content. What is dynamic about that site? Do they need to pull your name out of a big database and say "Hello <name>" on it? No. It's just a bog standard public information website I expect so it seems pointless even using cookies at all.
Oh.. and then there is the small issue that most websites start the session on the first page you land on thus already sending the cookie anyway regardless of your agreement Crazy
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