Cookie compliance

Cookie compliance refers to the legal requirements that govern the use of cookies on websites. Cookies are small text files that are placed on a user's device when they visit a website, and they can be used to track user behavior, preferences, and other information. Cookie compliance regulations seek to protect user privacy by ensuring that websites obtain user consent before using cookies or other tracking technologies. This typically involves providing users with clear information about the types of cookies used on a website and obtaining their consent through a cookie banner or pop-up message. Compliance may also require websites to allow users to opt-out of certain types of cookies or provide them with the ability to delete cookies from their devices. In general, cookie compliance is an important aspect of online privacy regulation and helps ensure that users have control over their personal data.

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