Every Foleon publication has cookies, and according to the GDPR regulation, you need to inform your readers about these cookies. 

A way to inform your readers would be with the cookie consent pop-up.

Here’s how to set up your cookie consent pop-up and why it’s important. 

In this article

  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Setting up the cookie consent- Title- Description
  • Privacy policy
  • Remarketing pixels
  • IP anonymization in Google Analytics

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 

On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. The GDPR is a set of laws aimed at enhancing the protection of EU citizens’ personal data and increasing the obligations of organizations to deal with that data in transparent and secure ways. More information about the GDPR can be found here

Setting up the cookie consent 

When the cookie consent is set up, readers will be asked to accept the cookies when they open a publication. 

Important note: The Cookie consent option is off by default. 


This is where you can enter the title of the message. We recommend keeping it clear and to the point. 


Add some information about why the message pops up and/or what happens with the information you’re gathering. 

Remarketing code

If you've added any remarketing pixels to your publication, check this box to give visitors the option to disable them via the cookie settings. 

When you check this box, the Cookie Consent will add an extra button for the reader to decide if they want to allow the Targeting Cookies.

Privacy policy

When your company has set up a privacy policy that is added to the website, the link can be added to the cookie consent. By default, the link label says “Read our privacy policy” which is also editable in this section.

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