YES. You can deactivate the plugin when you've generated your page. If you chose to retain the shortcodes in the sample text then you will still need to use the oik plugin.
The wording for the Cookie categories sections came from the ICC UK Cookie Guide
Yes, Business Link provided a number of samples. The introduction page for the Sample IT policies, disclaimers and notices page said: This guide gives sample wording for common internet-related statements and notices. It outlines the main issues that these notices should cover, which in turn will help you to write your own statements tailored to your business' needs. These sample internet policies and notices can be used and modified without copyright infringement.
You can still find this same text on NI Business Info - sample IT policies, disclaimers and notices
Note: For Category 2, 3 and 4 you need to obtain consent. For Categories 2 and 3 you can obtain consent by functional use.
The WP-Policies plugin provided a number of policies, including:
These may be added to oik-privacy-policy plugin in the future. Let us know your requirements.
If you are in the Northern Ireland then see Northern Irelance Business Info sample IT policies, disclaimers and notices The documents stored on this site appear to be exactly the same as those which were on the UK business link website.
The following link worked until May 2012, when Business Link broke it Business Link sample IT policies, disclaimers and notices
For cookie directives see:
Requires: 3.0.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.1
Last Updated: 2013-11-8
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