New type of cookie bar: cookie list with "Accept all" and "OK" button's

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    Cookiebot support

    Hi Balázs,

    Thank you for the suggestion.

    Have you checked out the banner type named 'Inline Multilevel'? This is the template that comes closest to your suggestion at the moment.

    I've attached 2 screen shots - one of how the banner looks when the user sees it and one of what it looks like when the user clicks 'show details' (this is from an empty test account but all the cookie information would be listed in there). The user can select and deselect from the various cookie categories.

     

     

    It is also possible to build your own custom banner - that way you can construct it exactly the way you want. There is a guide for that here: https://support.cookiebot.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003921454-Can-I-build-my-own-fully-customized-cookie-consent-banner- 

    We'll keep your suggestion in mind for when we develop the next generation cookie consent banners.

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    Waldemar Deutsch

    Hello Cookiebot support,

    the question from Balázs is now the same I have. 

    Your suggestion is good, but not really a solution for our problem and I think not GDPR compliant in Germany.

    So I would like to ask you again, is there a way to configure the cookiebot in that way that the "not neccessary preferences" are NOT activated und put 2 buttons over them that are called:

    "OK, allow only necessary cookies"

    "OK, allow all cookies"

    If the user klick on allow all cookies, the bot activates the 3 not neccessary checkboxes automatically.

    Here a example picture also from me:

     

    Hope you can help. It´s really really important in German since the last judgement.

    See here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/01/europes-top-court-says-active-consent-is-needed-for-tracking-cookies/

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    Umair Jabbar

    Hello,

     

    We have the same question, Is there any solution anyone has found for this one?

    Thank you.

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    CookieInfo

    Hi,

     

    We have made some custom banners which do just that.

    Have a look at https://www.cookieinfo.net/cookieinfo-custom-banners/ 

    Mind you, it is all in Dutch.

    regards,

     

    ruud

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    Georg Nasser

    If its still relevant: Cookiebot offers it per se!

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    Jan Kreher

    Hi,

    I think Georg's solution is pretty close, but the best solution would be to have a banner that offers to check boxes AND provide an "accept all"-button just like Waldemar Deutsch explained.

    Having the boxes unchecked and a having a "accept all"-button that checks them would be the perfect solution to the latest law-judgement  in Germany.

    Looking forward to the solution!

    regards,

    Jan

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    Georg Nasser

    Hi,

    To comply with the regulations governing cookies under the GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive you must among other things:

    • receive users’ consent before you use any cookies except strictly necessary cookies. That is why I use the box "Nur notwendige Cookies verwenden/Use only required cookies"

    so that with the help of Cookiebot , I implemented the two check boxes:

    1. User can check to have ONLY the necessary cookies to be downloaded to their browser PRIOR to using your site and NOT the Preferences , Marketing or Statistic cookies. That will be the Opt-Out option
    2. Or the user accepts (in my case: Cookies zulassen/Allow Cookies) to have all four main types to be downloaded to their browsers and therfore acquiring their consent as well BEFORE they use your site. This will be the Opt-in option.

    And therfore the above implementation is the one accepted by the "latest law-judgement" in Germany.

    Jan, I think this the "law-judgement" you were referring to:
    "On October 1, 2019, the EU Supreme Court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ), ruled in the Planet49 case that the only form of valid consent to the processing of user data in the EU is explicit consent, i. the consent which is actively and specifically granted by the users of the website, e.g. tick a box."

    Please correct me if and where I'm wrong!

    Best regards,

    Georg

    PS: here is the complete article from Cookiebot regarding the latest ruiling on Cookie consent:

    https://www.cookiebot.com/de/aktive-einwilligung-und-der-fall-von-planet49/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAk7TuBRDQARIsAMRrfUbhAqD0sDgxKI3l_C_E1GJBC6WSsB2pl8Mb89qNjT8U7zWzGI48XKEaAhOSEALw_wcB

     

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    Jan Kreher

    Hi,

    as far as I can tell Georg seems to be right when it comes to being conform with law-requirements. 

    Law enforcing authority seems to accept "Accept all"-buttons, even without adding checkboxes.

    But it seems to become the industry standard giving your visitors the opportunity to choose between different categories.

    I think that's the reason people are asking for a solution like that.

     

    Best regards,

     

    Jan

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