So, whether you’re just starting out or need to update your current policy, read on for some helpful tips!
As cookies on websites have become more prevalent, so has the need for cookie policies.
1. Information regarding your business
It is important to include information about your business in the policy. This helps ensure that your users know who is responsible for the website and the cookies used. Including this information also helps to protect your business from potential legal issues.
2. Cookies used and their types
3. How cookies are used
5. Legal requirements for cookie policies
6. How users can opt out
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