You can read more about each of these options in the following sections.
- What information the site collects about visitors
- How that information is collected
- The reason for requiring personal information
- How collected personal information is stored and protected
- What your company will do with the collected information
- Who has access to collected information
The presence of cookies in your site’s operating processes is a big problem. Because of them, even if your site doesn’t collect any information from users, you will need to get consent for the cookies.
Cookie consent isn’t just a matter of telling people about the cookies your site uses. First of all, you need to find out what cookies are used on your site. The next problem is that visitors have the right to reject some or all of the cookies that your site wants to download onto their computers. This requires an extra cookie blocking mechanism to be built into the code of your site.
- A service that can generate statements that cover the requirements of GDPR and CCPA
- Integration with a cookie consent management service
- A free tool or a service that has a free trial for evaluation
Taking these criteria into account we identified some solid options for you to consider.
As they are nice folks that don’t pressure you into paying, you will probably be willing to also consider their cookie consent management service.
Operating system: Cloud-based
Both the free and paid versions of Termly are very good and the low price of the paid edition, called Pro+ is very reasonable and well worth the price if you have a commercial website.
The free version isn’t written to data protection standards. You have to upgrade to the Premium plan to get GDPR, CCPA, or CalOPPA compliance. Apart from that shortfall, the free version does have many useful attributes. It includes clauses for analytical tools and advertisement notifications. However, the Premium plans cover more tools in each of those categories.