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What to add to your website’s Legal Notice if you use full-experience mode

If you use Overtracking’s full-experience mode, you use tracking cookies on your website. Therefore, you must add a specific section to your Legal Notice to inform users.

In this section, you should explain the following:

  • What are tracking cookies?
  • Why do you use tracking cookies on your website?
  • What information do tracking cookies collect?
  • How can I manage the tracking cookies?

Sample text for the Legal Notice #

Below is an example of text you can add to your Legal Notice to inform users about the use of tracking cookies:

Use of cookies #

This website uses cookies to collect information about user behavior. We use this information to improve the user experience and to display relevant ads.

What are cookies #

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored in your browser when you visit a website. These cookies allow the website to collect information about user behavior, such as the pages you visit, the products you view, or the ads you click on.

Why we use cookies #

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • To measure web traffic and web performance.
  • To personalize the content of the website.
  • To show relevant ads to users.

What information we do collect #

The cookies we use collect the following information:

  • The type of browser the user uses.
  • The operating system used by the user.
  • The pages the user visits.
  • The products the user visits.
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