Currently I use cookiesandyou javascript service that provides a popup like "We use cookies here" with 3 options:

  1. Agree
  2. Decline
  3. "Read more" link to a common page "What are cookies?"

Additionally I implemented the features to recall agreement, and to send request of obtaining or deletion all personal data of a person. (which is email address he he..) and whole account.

I described types of an information the Service collect and it's purpose in Privacy section of my site. I use external analytics tool, which isn't Google but is GDRP compliant and started thoung Google Tags on user's agreement.

Is it enough to be compliant to GDPR? Don't I need to describe every group of my cookies if I store only necessary cookies how do some of websites and don't do others?

  • What happens when you click "Decline" on your website? – wimh Feb 12 at 16:36
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    A special cookie is set like consent=false and analytics tool will not be loaded in further page loads. Only necessary cookies (sessid and consent) will be served. – zzmaster Feb 12 at 17:54
  • Nobody answers, but as you describe it, your website seems more compliant to the GDPR as most websites I visit. – wimh Feb 27 at 21:41

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