What is cookie law?

The EU’s cookie law, also known as the ePrivacy Directive, is a set of regulations adopted by all EU countries in 2011 that require all websites to obtain consent from their visitors before storing cookies or similar technologies on their devices.

The regulation requires that all websites ask for consent before they install cookies on a user’s device and also provide an easy way for users to opt out of cookies and withdraw their consent at any time.

Cookie law applies to any website targeting European users, regardless of where the website is hosted. This means that even if you have a website hosted outside of Europe, you still need to comply with this regulation if it is targeting European users.

Read more about cookie law here.