Support » Plugin: Cookie Notice for GDPR » is this gdpr-ready?

  • the plugin already has a function for block third-parts cookies. is this enough for being gdpr-ready?

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  • I was asking myself the same

    Exo

    (@richardshea)

    It seems not, unless we see an update – you have to block third-party cookies yourself.

    A missed opportunity by dFactory developers as I thought this was the leading cookie popup. Even a premium version would have been nice to buy with that extra option to make life easier.

    Now I’ve got to get another plugin instead 🙁

    me too! 🙁 I’m using it in all my websites…sigh!

    I agree with Exo

    Following with great interest.

    I’m using it with all my website too because I thought it was the best!

    Hopefully it will remain the best 😀

    It isn’t, but not for the reason Exo writes.

    It blocks 3rd party cookies just fine, when used correctly.
    The problem is that there currently isn’t an option for the user to change their mind and withdraw consent after giving it.

    The Devs say its a coming function, but that was over a month ago, and GDPR goes into effect tomorrow, so…

    Plugin Author dFactory

    (@dfactory)

    It will be released today.

    Exo

    (@richardshea)

    A big shame, no communication from this company either.
    I’ve just bought 55 licences (I host over 100 WP site) for a paid-for plugin at quite some expense, I’d rather have donated some of that to dFactory or bought a premium plugin from them.

    Exo

    (@richardshea)

    Grrrr… now you reply as I typed out my answer and just bought another plugin.
    Oh well. Still the deadline is less than 24hrs away, so I had to move quickly.

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