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    PROTECTING PRIVACY

    The Internet has changed. Today, a trillion-dollar data economy is driving user data
    harvesting at an unprecedented scale.

    Cookiebot consent management platform (CMP) provides transparency and control over all the
    cookies and similar tracking on your website.

    Build trust with your website users while living up to current data protection legislations and
    avoid potential non-compliance fines.

    Compliance made easy

    Protecting privacy needs to be an integrated part of each individual website.

    Cookiebot CMP brings this vision to life with three, fully automatic core functions that are easy to implement: cookie consent, cookie monitoring and cookie control.

    Cookiebot CMP enables true compliance with privacy legislations through respectful and transparent data exchange, based on consent between end-users and the websites they visit.

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    Cookie consent

    Cookie consent Customized user consent for your website. Full compliance with GDPR, ePR and CCPA.

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    Cookie monitoring

    Automated scan to monitor and report all types of cookies and similar tracking on your website.

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    Cookie control

    Automatic blocking of all first- and third-party cookies on your website until consent is given.

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    The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA)

    Virginia became the second state in the US to pass a comprehensive data privacy law when the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) was signed into law in March 2021. The VCDPA takes effect January 1, 2023 and will affect companies and organizations that do business in Virginia, or that produce products or services targeted to residents of Virginia. In other words, your business does not have to be in Virginia to be affected by the VCDPA. In this blogpost, you can find out more about Virginia’s CDPA, including whether you will be affected and how to become compliant.

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    New cookie banners from Cookiebot CMP | Easiest end-user consent online | Automatic compliance

    A brand-new generation of cookie banners from Cookiebot consent management platform (CMP) is here to make end-user consent on your website easier and more flexible than ever before. Modern, customizable and built for optimized usability and higher conversion rates, the new cookie banners from Cookiebot CMP fits any website and offers you automatic compliance with all major data privacy laws in the world. Balance data privacy and data-driven business on your website with the next generation of cookie consent banner from Cookiebot CMP.

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    Cookiebot CMP statement on preliminary ruling from Wiesbaden

    The Wiesbaden preliminary ruling has been overturned. Following the preliminary ruling of the Wiesbaden Administrative Court of December 1, 2021, the appeals court Hessischer Verwaltungsgerichtshof, has agreed with the complaints submitted by Cookiebot CMP, and overturned the preliminary ruling. The injunction against the use of Cookiebot CMP on the Hochschule Rhein Main website has been annulled. This result is final and binding. We were concerned that this preliminary ruling was based on an inaccurate presentation of facts and therefore intervened in order to become a formal third party to proceedings. The decision from the appeals court confirms that there was no legal basis for an injunction on the use of Cookiebot CMP on the website in question, and that this preliminary ruling was invalid.