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Is your website GDPR compliant?

With the upcoming stricter privacy laws, GDPR, a lot of website owners are asking themselves if their site is ready for this new law. Right now we’re working on a plugin which will help you get your site ready.

Let Complianz handle the GDPR for your website!

The Complianz GDPR plugin will generate the required privacy statement, cookie statement and other required documents (like the processing contract) for you based on your website configuration, used cookies, and your answers to some questions. If your website’s usage of cookies requires your site to have a cookie warning (which is not necessarily so, see this website), a GDPR compliant cookie warning is added to your site.

Not all cookie warnings are GDPR compliant

Currently, a lot of sites offer a cookie warning, but don’t have the option to decline cookies and view the site. This is not the correct way to handle cookies. The Complianz plugin will handle this for you.

A cookie warning is not always needed

Often sites show a cookie warning while it’s not necessary at all.  If you do not track users, but only use cookies in a functional way, no cookie warning is needed. Even Google Analytics can be configured in a way that a cookie warning is not required. On the other hand, if you use recaptcha, I would recommend to add a cookie warning.

Sign up for the early bird discount code!

Currently, the website is Dutch only, but we will soon roll out to English and all European languages as well, so for anyone with customers in Europe, or operating from Europe, this plugin will take away your GDPR worries.

Interested? Check out the website and sign up for the early bird discount. If you’re not comfortable with signing up on a website in Dutch, please signup using the contact form on this website. Just send me a message containing “Complianz Early Bird” and your email address.

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