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Demo: Mobile Devices

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Demo: Tablet & Desktop Devices

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Demo: Automatic provider list for data protection declaration

Demo: Automatic cookie list for privacy policy

frequently asked Questions

Not sure if you need a CMP?

To help you with things like GDPR, CMP and consent, we’ve rounded up the most common questions here.

The cookie banner must appear immediately on the website, but must not cover the imprint. The options must be clearly stated, there must be no ticks next to the cookies – these are set by the user himself.

As much as many users and website operators would like to see this, the GDPR stipulates that the user must give their consent themselves. Accordingly, there must be no ticks next to the cookies, but must be set by the user himself.

In theory, you can do without cookies, but certain cookies are necessary for the website to function properly. Users can do without tracking cookies without it affecting their surfing experience.

The GDPR applies everywhere within the European Union. If you are based in the European Union, your website must be GDPR compliant. The same applies to websites that are registered in a country outside the EU but sell products or services to users in the EU.

Thanks to cookies, very good usability can be guaranteed, for example by storing access data. This means that the visitor can return to the online shop at a later point in time without having to re-enter the access data. In addition, marketing-related cookies allow the tracking and analysis of user behavior.

Please note that we cannot provide legal advice. Some points of this FAQ may also change over time or be interpreted differently by courts. That’s why you should always consult your lawyer!