Just following up on this cookie law disclaimer / release of responsibility idea put forward by Mikl..
I know that (probably) no one here is a lawyer, and that any responses do not constitute legal advice and I as well as anyone reading this should consult a qualified legal expert or their lawyer, but..... all that aside; do you think something like this would do the trick? ..is there anything you think should maybe be added or changed?
DECLARATION OF NON-CONFIRMANCE TO
Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation (PECR)
EU COOKIE LAW (e-Privacy Directive)
What is a Cookie?
A cookie, also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie, or browser cookie, is usually a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while a user is browsing a website. When the user browses the same website in the future, the data stored in the cookie can be retrieved by the website to notify the website of the user's previous activity. ~ Wikipedia
EU Cookie Law (e-Privacy Directive) and how it affects you
Google Analytics – requires a cookie to be placed on each visitor’s computer / tablet / mobile device in order to track their usage of your website and relay this data back to your analytics report.
Statement of Intentional Non-conformance & Release of Liability
DesignCompany/Freelancer understands that you have explicitly asked us not to carry out the above works in relation to conformance with the cookie law. You have stated that you are willing to take full responsibility and be solely liable, fully indemnifying DesignCompany/Freelancer and its employees, contractors, and suppliers from any legal action which may arise in the future as a direct result of non-compliance.
You understand that you have been advised to proceed with the additional conformance works as described above in order to become abide by the cookie law, and have been warned about the consequences of non-compliance.
Please sign below to indicate your acceptance of full liability and responsibility in this matter, and to signify your agreement with all information, statements and terms set out above, in this document.
Sign, print, date, ClientCompanyName