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Website GDPR audit

What does it check for?

Our GDPR audit scans your website and identifies 6 key issues which could prevent a business from being compliant with data protection law:

  • Not having a cookie banner or cookie policy
  • Setting tracking cookies without consent
  • Not having a privacy policy
  • Using Google Fonts hosted by Google
  • Embedded YouTube videos
  • Collecting personal data without consent
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As a free bonus, you’ll be able to download a list of the cookies we saw when we scanned your website. Use this to create your very own cookie policy and get compliant. The list includes the vendor, purpose and lifetime of the cookie – saving you tons of time researching this information manually.

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Data Protection Law in the EU

What is GDPR and why should I care?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of laws designed to protect the privacy and personal data of individuals within the European Union. It matters for businesses because failing to comply can lead to hefty fines and damage to your reputation, emphasizing the importance of handling customer information responsibly.

Complying with GDPR

What are my obligations?

For a business’s website under GDPR, the obligations include ensuring that the website has a clear and accessible privacy policy that explains how personal data is collected, used, and protected. Websites must also obtain explicit consent from users before collecting personal data through cookies or other tracking technologies, often through a consent banner or pop-up. Additionally, businesses must provide users with the option to easily opt-out of data collection and ensure that the website has strong security measures in place to protect personal data from breaches.


Commonly asked questions about our GDPR check.