A Cookie Banner has to include:
- Information about the types of cookies that the business intends to use at the website.
- The notice of the right to opt-out of the cookies and collection of personal data.
Information about the types of cookies that the business intends to use at the website.
There are different types of cookies. For example, strictly necessary cookies are vital for websites to perform their actions and would not work properly without them. Performance cookies monitor website performance and follow user actions but they do not collect identifiable information. Functional cookies enhance the performance of a website, like remembering user preferences and settings, but they are not vital for a website to run. Targeting cookies, which are almost always third-party cookies, are used for marketing and help to attract customers with targeted ads
Implied Cookie Consent mode means to grant permission or access to track website users' activity and collect personal information when visiting a website. Implied Cookie Consent mode needs to be freely given, specific, informed, and unambiguous.
Explicit Cookie Consent mode means rejecting permission or access to track website users' activity and collect personal information when visiting a website. Explicit Cookie Consent mode should be used by default because that's a requirement for most privacy laws.