The GDPR grants website visitors the right to access specific, up-to-date information about the data recorded about them, the purposes for which it is collected, where it is managed, and how they can prevent it.
- Types of cookies in use.
- Duration of cookies on users' browsers.
- Data collected by cookies.
- Purposes for collecting this data (e.g., functionality, performance, statistics, or marketing).
- Data recipients and sharing practices.
- How to reject cookies and modify cookie settings.
Click Pages on the Topbar to open the Page manager menu.
- Click the blue Plus (+) button to add a new page.
Click the blue Plus (+) button to add a block to your new page. Choose the Text block from the Blocks library and then select a layout (with or without an image).
Displaying your cookie policies page on your website
- Place it in the website footer.
- Present it in the cookie consent banner.
- Navigate to your footer block and click the footer navigation to open the List settings. (If you don’t have navigation enabled in the footer, go to the Block settings and tick the Footer navigation option.)
- Click the blue Plus (+) button to add the new item.
- Identify all cookies in use on your website to create a specific and accurate policy.
- Write your policy in plain language to comply with GDPR requirements.
- Consider third-party cookies, as they may have their own policies.
- Educate users about their rights regarding data collection and how to exercise those rights.
Note: Remember that GDPR compliance is a complex matter, and consulting legal experts may be necessary to ensure full compliance with the regulation.
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