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Cookies Policy

A cookie policy is a list of all the cookies in use on your website with detailed information about each tracker made available for end-users to provide them with insights into how their personal data is being processed when visiting your domain.

Think of your website’s cookie policy as a map of all the tracking technologies that make up your domain’s data processing structure, which would otherwise be operating out of sight for visitors.

As a key part of being compliant with most major data privacy legislations in the world (including the EU’s GDPR, California’s CCPA/CPRA, Brazil’s LGPD and South Africa’s POPIA), your website’s cookie policy must always be up to date and should answer the following questions –

What types/categories of cookies are set?

What categories of personal data is processed by the cookies?

What are the purposes of each cookie on your website?

How long do the cookies stay on end-user browsers?

Where in the world is end-user data sent to and what third parties is it shared with?

How can end-users choose whether to allow cookies to process their data or not, and how can they later check or change their consent state?

The difference between a privacy policy and a cookie policy is that a privacy policy includes all the different ways your website and/or business might be collecting, processing, and storing data from users – both offline and online, whereas a cookie policy is specifically about the tracking technologies embedded on your website that process personal data from end-users.

That’s why websites often include a cookie policy in their privacy policy, as a subsection detailing one of the ways in which the business is processing data.

 

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