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Aert Hulsebos

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For everyone who used our Wizard to configure the legal documents, you hopefully have seen the following option:

This will report all unknown cookies back to us, so we can add them in our next release. The most popular cookies are pre-filled with descriptions, but the variables and amount of cookies are almost endless, so there are possible unknown cookies.

We will receive an e-mail, which contains the following example:

FEK / label: / description :

We will then find the appropriate services and descriptions to match the cookie name and those will be updated in our next release! This will be updated to your cookie policy automatically.

This service had led us to a new open-source initiative and will be a free addition to Complianz users:

Cookiedatabase.org

More information about Cookiedatabase.org. Please follow this link.

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