CookieYes for CCPA cookie compliance
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Note: If you want to display a CCPA notice and ‘Do not sell’ link, you can choose to skip the setup screens and head to your Dashboard.
Display an opt-out CCPA banner
To comply with CCPA, you can start by displaying a cookie banner on your website. A cookie notice will let your site visitors the choice to opt-out of cookies that are not essential including third-party cookies. You can also respect Global Privacy Control (GPC) signal by enabling the feature on CookieYes.
Help Guide: How to add CCPA Opt-out banner on your website
If you want to display the cookie banner to California or US visitors alone, then you can use geo-targeting.
Cookie Banner > General > Geo-target CCPA banner > California
You can target visitors from Worldwide, California or United States and display the cookie banner only to visitors from those locations.
Add ‘Do not sell’ link on website
To comply with CCPA, You should display a “Do not sell” link on your website’s footer, as legally required under the CCPA. Go to Cookie Banner > General > “Do not sell” link. You can copy the code and add it to your website’s footer.
The selected cookie categories will be auto-blocked when your site visitors opt-out of the sale of data by clicking the “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link.
After you have fine-tuned your settings, you can install the CCPA cookie banner on your website. Click on Publish Changes > Install the code now > Copy code.
Help Guide: Install cookie banner on your website
Enable multilingual cookie banner
If you have a multilingual website and want to display the cookie banner in multiple languages, you can use the auto-translation feature.
Help Guide: How to implement a multilingual cookie banner
If your website is in a language other than English and you want to display a cookie banner in that language, you can change your default banner language.
Help Guide: How to change cookie banner language
Schedule cookie scanning
You should ensure that your cookie list is up-to-date so that your cookie banner has accurate information about the cookies used on your website.
We suggest that you automate your website scanning in monthly intervals. From the top navigation bar, click on More > Site Settings > Schedule Cookie Scan. You can choose Monthly, Select Day and set the Time for your scans.
If you have password-protected sections on your website, we recommend that you scan for cookies behind these sections as well. To access the Scan behind login feature (available only on the Ultimate plan) reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CookieYes by default auto-blocks third-party cookie scripts until consent is provided by the visitor, as required by GDPR. However, we recommend you check for ‘Other’ cookies (unclassified cookies) to ensure that these cookies are appropriately handled.
You can view your updated cookie list and scan history under the Cookie Manager tab. You can then choose to implement cookie blocking manually for relevant cookies.
Integrate with Google Consent Mode
If you want to continue monitoring and measuring website analytics in a legally compliant way, you can use Google Consent Mode. CookieYes can be easily integrated with Google Consent Mode and will allow you to adjust how Google tags and scripts behave on your website based on your visitor’s consent status.
Access the consent log for proof
CookieYes logs all the consent given by your site visitors in the Consent Log. You may use this log to demonstrate your proof of consent in case of any regulatory audits. To download your consent log, from the top navigation bar, click on Consent Log > Export as CSV.
Help Guide: Consent log and demonstration of consent
For general questions about CookieYes, please check our FAQ.
If you need any assistance or answers, reach out to email@example.com