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GDPR Cookies Checklist: Your Toolkit for Compliance
Cookies and other tracking technologies have become important tools for many online businesses. Despite that, many companies are struggling to reconcile their data strategy with changing regulations and standards.
There is a straightforward solution: Usercentrics
Uncertain about how to become compliant with GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive? We’re here to help.
This Toolkit provides an easy and comprehensive step-by-step guide to bring your marketing data strategy in alignment with GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive. Using the checklist will minimize your exposure to regulatory penalties.
Important to know: There are inconsistencies between the way countries in the EU implement GDPR and some rules apply to some but not all cases, which are not relevant enough to be covered here in detail. Please check with a lawyer specialized on data protection and privacy to make sure your data strategy fully complies with GDPR.
If you have an online business, you are probably using cookies or a similar type of tracking technology. Cookies are small text files that are placed on a website to track website visits and optimize browsing behavior. They are storing and processing user information when visiting a website. If you want to learn more about cookies and their different functions, click here.
Cookie Compliance Checklist
What you need to do to comply with GDPR:
|Duty to provide information|
|Legally compliant documentation|
Need more info? More detailed explanations about cookie related regulations within GDPR can be found in our interview series with subject matter experts from the law firm Reed Smith. You can watch the videos here: