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Is my website compliant?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all websites with users from the EU. Check if your website’s use of cookies and online tracking is compliant with GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive (ePR). 

See what data your website collects and shares with 3rd parties – also useful for CCPA compliance (California Consumer Privacy Act).

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

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

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


Cookie consent

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


Cookie monitoring

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


Cookie control

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

The most used solution for compliant use of cookies and online tracking

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CCPA Privacy Policy | Compliance with Cookiebot

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) carves out specific requirements for how businesses around the world are allowed to handle the personal information of California residents. Some of these requirements have to do specifically with a website’s privacy policy (also known as the CCPA privacy notice). In this blogpost, we take a look at what constitutes a CCPA compliant privacy policy.


Google Analytics and CCPA | Compliance with Cookiebot

Google Analytics is the most widely used analytics tool, implemented on close to thirty million websites worldwide. Chances are you already use it. But is Google Analytics compliant with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)? In this article, we look at the legal and technical intersection between Google Analytics and CCPA: what does the law demand from your website setup and how can you make sure you use Google Analytics in CCPA compliance?


CCPA compliance with Cookiebot

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020. It empowers California residents with new rights over the data they generate every day, and forces companies who do business in the state to play by new rules. So how does your website obtain CCPA compliance? Which CCPA requirements will impact your website? And how can Cookiebot help you become CCPA and GDPR compliant?

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