Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

Does the CCPA require cookie consent?

No, the CCPA does not require cookie consent. Although the CCPA doesn’t require websites to get user consent before placing cookies on their browser, it does require websites to disclose their use of cookies in a privacy policy.

Furthermore, the CCPA gives consumers certain rights over their personal information. For example, consumers can request access to or deletion of their personal information, including information collected from cookies.

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Explain how you use cookies in a cookie policy.

You can supplement your privacy policy with a dedicated cookie policy that focuses on what cookies you use and how you use them. Use a cookie policy template to quickly make a policy to post on your website.

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