Not all cookie banners are the same.

Protect your business and take a proactive approach to data privacy laws with Cookie Compliance™. Build trust by giving your website visitors a beautiful, multi-level consent experience that complies with the latest cookie regulations in 100+ countries.

The world’s most popular cookie banner, now available as a fully featured Consent Management Platform.

57,248
Active Websites
1 million +
Banners displayed daily
Web Application providing full consent control

Take a proactive approach to data protection and consent laws

Cookie Compliance gives you access to the most up-to-date formatting guidelines and technical compliance requirements for over 100 countries and legal jurisdictions.
Consent record storage
Automatically stores a record of each consent and makes these records available for export. Complies with proof-of-consent requirements prescribed under GDPR and other data protection laws.
Automatic script blocking
Blocks all non-essential cookie scripts and iFrames by default and complies with consent validation rules under GDPR and other data protection laws.
Multidomain management
Alows you to manage additional Free or Professional domains under a single account.
Keep your visitors informed

Remove dark patterns and deploy consent banner without any guesswork

Default configurations for GDPR, CCPA and more help to remove dark patterns and allow for quick and easy deployment of the consent banner without any guesswork.
3-choice Architecture
Eliminates the dark pattern of deceptive, non-equal choices in the first layer and gives site visitors the ability to accept none, some, or all cookies through packaged choices called Data Access Levels. section-item-description. Complies with Equal Choice Principle prescribed under GDPR and other data protection laws.
Consent duration selector
Gives visitor control over how long their consent remains valid for your site. Enables your site to align with recent guidelines from EU Data Protection Authorities, which state that cookie consent should be valid for no longer than a period of 6 months. Complies with affirmative, opt-in consent requirements prescribed under GDPR and other data protection laws.
Cookie purpose categories
Eliminates the dark pattern of deceptive, non-equal choices in the first layer and gives site visitors the ability to accept none, some, or all cookies through packaged choices called Data Access Levels. Complies with Equal Choice Principle prescribed under GDPR and other data protection laws.
Analyse your site visitors consent

Look through event data for better understanding of your user’s needs

Consent analytics dashboard shows event data for number of visits and provides a “trust score” to help you track how site visitors are setting their consent.

Review your consent
Cookie consent metrics
Displays the visitor’s consent record and a list of blocked / allowed 3rd parties directly in the expanded level of the banner. Complies with latest guidance from EU Data Protection Authorities like CNIL (France) and ICO (UK).
Stay informed
Customizable Privacy Paper & Privacy Contact
Provides helpful information to improve visitor comprehension and understanding of the data sharing risks and benefits. Aligns with the Informed Principle prescribed by GDPR rules for valid consent capture.

Simple, transparent pricing

Select our Premium plan or start using Cookie Compliance Basic for free
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  • GDPR, CCPA, ePrivacy, PECR compliance
  • Consent Analytics Dashboard
  • 1,000 visits per month
  • 30 days consent storage
  • 1 additional language
  • Basic support
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$14.95/mo

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  • GDPR, CCPA, ePrivacy, PECR compliance
  • Consent Analytics Dashboard
  • Unlimited visits
  • Lifetime Consent storage
  • Unlimited languages
  • Premium support
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Frequently Asked Questions

If your business uses analytics or advertising services and is located in the European Union (EU), or your website is visited by people located in the EU, then your business is subject to GDPR.  Additionally, if your website generates revenue from selling ad space, or from selling products and services to customers internationally, then your business is likely subject to GDPR.

If your website uses analytics or advertising services, and your business is located in the State of California (US), or your website is visited by people who may be residents of California, then your business is likely subject to CCPA.  Additionally, if your website generates revenue from selling ad space, or from selling products and services to customers from California, then your business is likely subject to CCPA.

Regulations like those found in Australia (Australian Privacy Principles), China (Cybersecurity Law, Consumer Protection Law and E-Commerce Law), and Japan (Act on the Protection of Personal Information), provide the lowest levels of choice, control and context. In these Moderate jurisdictions, there is no requirement to capture user consent prior to collecting their data, no guidelines for how to provide users with control over their data, and limited requirements for the types of information that must be accessible to users. 

Regulations like those found in California, USA (CCPA, soon to be replaced by the California Consumer Privacy Rights Act), Canada (PIPEDA, soon to be replaced by the Consumer Privacy Protection Act), and South Korea (Personal Information Protection Act) provide some level of choice, control and context. In these Robust jurisdictions, there are defined requirements to capture consent using an opt-out process, there are some guidelines for how users can opt-out, and there are established information requirements that must be provided to users during the consent process. 

Regulations like those found in the European Union (GDPR, soon to be updated by the ePrivacy Regulation), the United Kingdom (UK-GDPR and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation), and India (Personal Data Protection Bill, soon to be enacted into law), provide the highest level of choice, control, and context. In these Heavy jurisdictions, there are defined requirements to capture consent using an opt-in process, there are established guidelines for how users can opt-in, and there are significant information requirements that must be provided to users during the consent process. 

EU privacy law requires that internet users be given “equal options” regarding cookies. Cookie banners without an initial “reject” or “reject all” option in the first layer violate the GDPR consent requirement. The Cookie Compliance banner gives three (3) equal choices that represent different configurations of consent, with the “reject all” option selected by default in the first layer.

No. Pre-selecting cookie categories for users violates the Informed Principle of GDPR, which expressly states in its recitals that pre-ticked boxes should not constitute consent.

With Cookie Compliance, configuration is set to ensure that all cookie category toggles are turned off by default, and dynamically toggles cookie categories based on the visitor’s selection in the first layer.

Legitimate Interests are a form of consent that a business can use as a legal basis for processing data, but only when that processing is necessary. Any indication that a company relies on legitimate interests, rather than on consent, for its use of cookies violates EU privacy law. Cookie Compliance is setup to show the banner to all site visitors, regardless of whether they are located in a jurisdiction where affirmative opt-in consent is not required.

Yes, we store data to help you comply with Proof-of-Consent requirements in the GDPR ( Article 7, Recital 42) and other data privacy regulations. These requirements say that if your website collects data on site visitors, including anonymized data for analytics, you are required to maintain a record that proves a site visitor consented to certain processing activities. 

Cookie Compliance export format is based on current work to establish a compliant consent record structure from International Organization for Standardization and the International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC 27560). 

Through the Autoblocking feature, 3rd-party services are blocked until consent is captured. This includes Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, and nearly 250 other services commonly found to collect personal data from website visitors.  Autoblocking helps you comply with prior consent rules under GDPR and other data privacy laws: in order to be compliant, your banner must capture a valid consent from a visitor before setting or sending cookies.

Yes. Cookie Compliance includes an easy integration with WordPress. Just install the Cookie Notice & Compliance plugin and follow a few simple steps.

Yes, Cookie Compliance allows manual integration with any website, regardless of the technology it is created with, and provides instructions for how to add the necessary code to your website.

Yes, we abide by a 7-day, no questions asked refund policy.