Our Cookies Policy template:
- Quick and simple to edit
- UK-expert-drafted template
- Produce your policy in moments
- Get compliant with the law
How Does It Work?
- 1. Download
- 2. Edit
- 3. Print
- 4. Sign
This is our template for a cookies policy for your website: professionally-drafted by a UK legal specialist, and now available to you at a bargain price.
Use this template for any type of website, e.g. business, forum, chat-room or blog, when you want to put in place a cookies policy. It can be customised to suit your needs and competed in minutes.
This template cookies policy puts in place a robust but simple policy that is suitable for all types of commercial and non-commercial websites.
How and when to use our Cookies Policy template
If your site only uses (a) session cookies or (b) cookies essential to your site’s functioning, then you will not need to do anything. However any other cookies will require compliance with the legislation: cookies used for social media, advertising and analytics will need consent from the visitor.
This Cookies Policy template is suitable for e-commerce websites, blog websites, forums and other non-business sites. When you purchase the template from us you can achieve this simply and quickly. You will be able to download the template to your computer. Once you have done so you can customise it to suit your website’s needs.
If you would like to see our other e-commerce and internet templates, click on the link.
Guide to our Cookies Policy
A full copy of our guide to using and completing the cookies policy accompanies the template when you buy it. The guide below is a slightly shortened version.
Our Cookies Policy template states that use of the website constitutes agreement for your cookies.
1. Fill in your business/company name and domain name(s) where indicated.
3. Changes to this policy – This clause provides that you can amend the policy over time. Fill in your preferred contact postal address and email address in the unnumbered clause that follows.
Then at the end of the document, fill in the month and year when you adopt this policy. If you update it again in the future, update this date.