Google Cookies on Blogger Blog - Google Analytics - Adsense Cookies

Google Cookies on Blogger Blog - Google Analytics - Adsense Cookies - Hello Bloggers and the entire internet user, I am here to inform you about the notice showing on your Blogger Dashboard. As usual, most bloggers get scared once they get notices from Google because they are very scared of loosing their Adsense account. Buy no worries as Google just notified us that they have started showing Cookies notifications to users in some countries that has laws of advertising on websites and blogs. This is the notification message below;

The European Union laws require you to give European Union visitors information about cookies used on your blog. In many cases, these laws also require publishers to obtain consent. 

As a courtesy, Google has added a notice on every blog to explain Google's use of certain Blogger and Google cookies, including use of Google Analytics and AdSense cookies. You can decide to learn about Google’s privacy practices and how Google uses data on partner sites on these sites:

Help with the EU user consent policy

Where to begin?

If the EU user consent policy applies to your website or app, two of the key things to consider are:

Do you have a means of obtaining consent from your end users? If not, you’ll need one.
What message should you present to your users to get consent?
If you’re not sure where to start, take a look at our website, It offers solutions for putting in place consent mechanisms on websites and apps. It also suggests text that may be appropriate for the consent message that you present to your users.

Q&A: Why does this Google policy exist only for EU end users?
Google states that the policy reflects the requirements of European privacy laws.

 Google Cookies Policy

Types of cookies used by Google

Google uses different types of cookies to run Google websites and ads-related products. They are of different categories and examples. They are;
  • Preferences
  • Security
  • Processes
  • Advertising
  • Session State
  • Analytics

Change the Cookies notice

How to change or disable notice

  • To change this notice, add a SCRIPT tag with 'cookieOptions = {...};' in the HEAD tag with values for any of msg, close, learn and link.
  • To disable this notice, add a SCRIPT tag with 'cookieChoices = {};' in the HEAD tag.

Note that if you have edited your blog in a way that hides this notice, it will be your responsibility to notify your visitors about cookies used on your blog and if necessary, obtain consent. Also, if you have added other blog features that set cookies, including third-party analytics or advertising services, you’ll need to provide additional or a different notice.

According to Google Policies, it is bloggers responsibility to determine, based on your cookie use, what else would be appropriate. If you choose to use a different notice, be sure you still comply with Google’s EU user consent policy. Learn more on generating cookie notices

See the Cookies notice

For you to see the notice if you’re outside of the EU, view this blog and change the country code, for example or If you use a custom domain, you won't see the notice outside of the EU.

Google said that publishers are responsible for confirming this notice actually works for your blog, and that it displays. If you employ other cookies, for example by adding third party features, this notice may not work for you. Learn more about this notice and your responsibilities.

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services, to personalise ads and to analyse traffic. Information about your use of this site is shared with Google. By using this site, you agree to its use of cookies.

How Google uses cookies

What is a cookie? A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website you visit. It helps the website to remember information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings. That can make your next visit easier and the site more useful to you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the web would be a much more frustrating experience.

Google use cookies for many purposes. Google use them, for example, to remember your safe search preferences, to make the ads you see more relevant to you, to count how many visitors we receive to a page, to help you sign up for our services and to protect your data.

Find more details by yourself. But how can you do that? You can see a list of the types of cookies used by Google and also find out how Google and their partners use cookies in advertising. Google privacy policy explains how they protect your privacy in their use of cookies and other information.
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