Will using Cookiebot affect my website's performance, SEO, ranking and indexation of content?

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    Jaap Bakker

    Hi, I have read your article but Cookiebot uc.js still shows up in pagespeed as a blocking resource. It takes up more than a second of time. I can imagine that a user will have this the first time but the actual pagespeed should be higher.

    Pagespeed should not be able to detect cookiebot in order to verify actual pagespeed.

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    WiseTribes Site Team

    I completely agree, cookiebot whatever agreements you have with Google do not seem to be working in the real world. You've become 53% of the 3rd party problem on my site which itself accounts for 80% of the load speed reduction. This article is nonsense. 

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    Arnab Sen

    This is still an issue. Any update from CookieBot on this?

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    Tina Gersuni

    Is it possible to load /uc.js from a local ressource in order to speed it up?

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    Borja

    I totally agree with WiseTribes comment.

    Cookibot causes a rendering block of more than 2 seconds!

    A total disappointment. ;(

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    Tina Gersuni

    I agree with WiseTribes and Borja. There is a significant rendering block originating from /uc.js.

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    Eycke Langhans

    Same Problem. /uc.js blocking for 1.9 seconds

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    Ingo Fabbri

    Same here.

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    Luciano Macera

    Some problem, the execution time varies from 0.3 to 0.9 seconds

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    Joel Evans

    Same here, 1.2s delay - not the 100ms promised in the article. Is there any update to this?

     

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