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How to Stay GDPR Consent?

While the GDPR covers the use of cookies, it’s much more than that. It’s a means to govern the processing of personal information to protect the citizens of the EU. To ensure your website is GDPR consent you must:

  • Provide clear, concise information about cookies. Use direct language when explaining why you use cookies on your website and how this information is used, processed, and stored. 
  • Receive consent before processing. Cookies should be inactive by default on your website until the user consents to the Cookie Policy.
  • Document each consent instance. Each time a user consents to the use of cookies, this should be documented and stored securely.
  • Declining cookies should be a clear option. The user's consent to cookies should not be a requirement of using the website's service or as part of a user contract.

It’s important to state that using a consent management platform does not guarantee that your site is GDPR compliant. Cookies are only one aspect of compliance, and there are many other factors that can determine your status.

These include third-party script management, consent recording, monthly website scans, automatic cookie categorization, and cookie declaration update. Therefore, you should select a suitable cookie manager to work with that can do all the tasks mentioned above for you.