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  • Hello

    Can you give me any information regarding how Cookie Notice itself will comply with Europe’s upcoming GDPR regulations? For example: Does it send the IP adress of the visitors of my website oder informations about their devices to you? Or does it save this information on my server?

    Regards

    VCR

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  • That’s a very good question, I’ve been thinking about it for weeks. It’d be great to make the plugin compliant with GDPR, for example by storing the given consents somehow.
    Regards.

    @velocityruhr
    Yeah that’s exactly I want to know also.

    Plugin Author dFactory

    (@dfactory)

    Of course it will be 100% GDPR compilant before May 25th.
    The only thing missing is an option to change user consent and we’re working on it already.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by  dFactory.
    pallavi.chanodia

    (@pallavichanodia)

    Hi,

    I was just checking this plugin for GDPR compliance and if I can use this on my site. What I understood is if a user declines for cookie – no cookie should get stored on his browser. I created a test cookie in theme.

    When I click on no in cookie notice bar – still I can see cookie that I have created in resources tab in Chrome browser. Can anybody please help with this? What I am doing wrong.

    @dfactory – by changing consent, are you referring to the ability to reopen the cookie notice and change to yes/no?

    EDIT: Nevermind. I noticed this has been addressed in another thread.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  boybawang.
    • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by  boybawang.

    @pallavi,

    The option to block is only meant to add non functional script, not all ( functional, needed cookies ) need to be blocked until consent is given.

    For functional cookies, that do not collect personal data, we do not need to aks permission, just inform them about it in Privacy statement.

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