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A Cookies Policy is a sometimes-legally-required agreement that informs your users:
What cookies are
What cookies you use
What purposes you use them for
What you do with the information you collect via cookies
How users can change their cookie settings
The purpose of a Cookies Policy is to inform your users what cookies you use, and for what purposes. This helps maintain user privacy rights and protect consumers. It's an agreement that boosts transparency between businesses and users.
A Cookies Policy is important because the GDPR legally requires one. If you fall under the scope of the GDPR and don't have a Cookies Policy, you can face potential fines and legal issues.
They're also important for maintaining consumer privacy rights and keeping your users informed about your practices. They're important for transparency and facilitating user rights.
If your website or app has users in the EU, if you're located in the EU or if you do business in the EU, you will need to have a Cookies Policy on your website or mobile app.
This is a requirement of the EU's GDPR.
Your Cookies Policy should include clauses that address the following:
What cookies are, briefly
What types of cookies you use or allow third parties to use
How and why these cookies are in use
How a user can opt out of having cookies placed, or remove them
Include a link to your Cookies Policy in your website footer. If you have a mobile app, include a link in an app menu, such as an "About" or "Legal" menu. Add a link to your Cookies Policy to your cookie consent notice.
A Cookies Policy is a sometimes-legally-required agreement that exclusively addresses cookies, what they are, what ones you use and how you use them.