1. Agreement Between You and Cybot A/S
1.1. These Terms of Service (the “Terms
”) govern your acquisition and use of services on our website cookiebot.com
. By accepting these Terms, either by clicking a box indicating your acceptance or by executing an order form or other document referring to these Terms, you agree that these Terms form part of the agreement between you and Cybot A/S (“Cybot
”) (the “Agreement
1.2. These Terms were last updated on March 15th, 2021 and are effective between you and Cybot as of the date when you place an order or set up an account at cookiebot.com
. Cybot reserves the right to change these Terms from time to time. If such changes are considered material, Cybot will inform registered customers about the changes by email, and the changes will take effect one month after such emails have been sent. Your continued use of our website or services after such changes will constitute acknowledgment and acceptance of the modified Terms.
1.3. In case of any discrepancies between the wording of our website and these Terms, these Terms prevail.
1.4. These Terms as well as all other texts throughout the website are translated from English to other languages. These are unofficial translations and are only provided as convenience translations. They should therefore be interpreted in accordance with their English language versions which will prevail in the event of any discrepancy between the English version and the translation. Cybot assumes no liability for any errors, omissions or ambiguities in the translations. Any person or entity choosing to rely on the translated content does so at their own risk. When in doubt, please always refer to the official English language version.
2. The Services We Deliver – and What You Need to Do
2.1. EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and EU’s ePrivacy Directive 2009/136/EC (ePR) test
2.1.1. Cybot offers a free GDPR/ePR test which analyzes your website to give you an indication of whether or not your website is compliant with the rules relating to online tracking set out in the GDPR and ePR.
2.1.2. The GDPR/ePR test is only based on some basic requirements in the GDPR and ePR and is furthermore only an analysis of up to 5 subpages of your website. It is therefore not a complete analysis of your website. Therefore, a positive test response must not be taken as a guarantee that your website fulfills all requirements set out in the GDPR and ePR.
2.1.3. The Disclaimer of Warranty as set out in clause 9 and the Limitation of Liability as set out in clause 10 also apply to the use of the GDPR/ePR test.
2.1.4. If you wish to perform a complete analysis of your website, you must sign up for a Cookiebot CMP subscription, cf. clause 2.2.
2.2. Cookiebot CMP Subscription
2.2.1. Subject to the sign-up procedure on our website and payment of the Subscription Fee (as defined in clause 3.1 below), Cybot will deliver to you the services (“Cookiebot CMP”) described on our website.
2.2.3. If you own multiple websites, Cookiebot CMP can ask your users for a consent that covers all your domains (a “Bulk Consent”) on the user’s first visit to any of your websites. You must guarantee that you are the rightful owner of all domains listed on Cookiebot CMP’s “domain list” or that you otherwise have the necessary rights to include such websites on the “domain list”. The functionality of the Bulk Consent is dependent on the user’s acceptance of third-party cookies in the web browser used to access your website.
2.2.5. Cookiebot CMP itself automatically sets up to two cookies in the user’s web browser when the user visits your website: The first-party cookie “CookieConsent” which stores the user’s consent and – if you enable “Bulk Consent” in Cookiebot CMP – the third-party cookie “CookieConsentBulkTicket” which stores an encrypted key to enable Bulk Consent across your domains as described in clause 2.2.3 above. Both cookies expire automatically for renewal after 12 months from the date of the user’s consent.
2.2.6. A user may withdraw a consent at any time by deleting the two cookies mentioned in clause 2.2.5. Alternatively, a user can change a consent at any time by clicking a link that activates Cookiebot CMP’s “renew” method as described at cookiebot.com/en/developer/
2.2.7. A user consent is logged and documented by registration of the user’s anonymized IP number, browser user agent, website URL, date and time of consent and a unique, encrypted key that is stored in a data center with Cybot’s cloud vendor, Microsoft Ireland Operations Ltd in Dublin, Ireland. You may download a copy of the consent log from the Cookiebot Manager after which it is your own responsibility to handle the log copy data in accordance with current legislation. After 12 months, the consent is automatically deleted from our log and then used only in an aggregated, anonymized form as part of the statistics that you have access to in Cookiebot CMP.
2.2.8. If your subscription is managed by an authorized Cookiebot CMP reseller, the reseller will have access to collected data and configurations when managing your subscription, but the reseller has no right to share, use or sell the collected data and configurations. Collected data and configurations will not be shared with or sold to other third parties by Cybot.
2.3. Cybot is the data processor and acts only on instruction by you as the data controller. Cybot takes the appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss or alteration and against unauthorized disclosure, misuse or illegal processing. Cybot is subject to the safeguards provided for in the legislation of Denmark, where the company is established.
2.4. Cybot organizes its resources to provide a high level of service with at least 99.9% uptime on the operation of the cloud service and a response time of less than 1 business day for critical support requests (blocking event) and 10 business days for non-critical support requests (non-blocking event).
2.5. Cookiebot CMP is a self-serve service. As a customer, you can submit questions, comments or suggestions using the helpdesk at cookiebot.com/en/helpdesk/
. If you are dissatisfied with the service provided, please contact Cybot. If the case cannot be resolved, you can use the European Commission’s online complaint portal at ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
If you have any questions or comments about these Terms of Service as outlined above, you can contact us at:
Phone: +45 50 333 777
Company reg. no.: DK34624607