How To Comply With The EU Cookie Law
The idea behind this is to protect the online privacy of consumers by informing them about this practice of using cookies and give them the choice as to whether to accept it or now.
All websites which either operate in the EU or which are targeted at EU member state citizens are required to comply with this law.
What The EU Cookie Law Means For Your Website
If you operate a website, you have to ensure it complies with this law. If your site does not comply, then you can risk a fine from the national regulator of the EU country in which your site operates or is targeted.
This means modifying the program code of your website which can be a messy and complicated task if you’re not a programmer.
Fortunately there’s a better and much easier way to do this.
The plugin that I use for my sites is called EU Cookie Law and it’s available for free use and download from WordPress.org.
I’ve made a short video to explain how to install the EU Cookie Law Plugin and how to configure it for your site. Here it is:
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MhRrIsuW_Y&feature=youtu.beDisclosure: The above article may include affiliate links for products and services for which this site may receive remuneration.
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