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Discover Cookies on Your Website
Our online scanner will first search every page of your site for cookies, automatically categorize them, and compile a list of each cookie and its details for you to review. We will automatically find and categorizes your cookies into six types of cookies:
- Performance and Functionality
- Analytics and Customization
- Social Networking
Automatically Block Cookies
Blocking cookies is an essential part of complying with cookie legislation like the GDPR. You are required to block cookies until your website visitors give you consent. Our tool will automatically block third-party cookies and scripts for you until a user has consented to them.
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Compliance With Cookie Legislation
DSARs and “Do Not Sell” links
We provide you with an embeddable Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) form and a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link that you can add to your website with ease.
Cookies are small data files that are placed on a user’s computer or mobile device when they visit a website. They can be used to track user behavior, remember user preferences or settings, improve user experience, and more.
These laws generally apply to any website or app that collects information from the residents of that country or state. That means you may be required to comply with these cookie regulations regardless of your location.
The ePrivacy Directive and other laws apply to cookies and any type of technology that stores and processes user information.
- What cookies are
- How your users can control cookies
- A detailed list of all the cookies you use sorted by category
- Information on any other tracking technologies you use
You can also add a cookie preference center link to your banner. A preference center is essential under several privacy laws as it allows your site visitors to change their cookie preferences at any time.
A banner notifies your users about your cookie use when they enter your site. A cookie banner may simply be in the form of a notification, or it may give users the option to decline or accept different categories of cookies.
- An explanation of what cookies are
- A list of the cookies you use, including the type of cookie (essential, advertising, etc.) and its purpose
- Information about how your users can change their cookie preferences and opt out of cookie use
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