Cookie Information provides 40+ translated standard texts.
Please note that texts are not changed automatically. If you make any changes in the English text, they will not be automatically translated to other chosen languages.
What does "default language" mean?
Suppose the pop-up script is implemented with an incorrect language code. In that case, the default language is what the system will use.
Setting languages of the Privacy widgets
The short part of the pop-up script "data-culture= "EN" controls the language displayed. To change the language, set the data-culture attribute to a different language. You can find the codes in the table below. Please ensure that the selected languages are enabled in the "languages and settings" under the specific consent solution.
Example of the pop-up script set to the English language:
The text you can read below is the standard for all 42 languages in the Cookie Information database created after May 1st, 2021. You can also find standard Pop-up texts in all languages here and Policy texts here.
Text Field illustrates what the name of the field is on our platform.
The Tab column indicates to which of the menus the text fields belong.
EN is the English text.
Privacy Controls header
Multi accept button text
Multi decline button text
Save current settings button text
You control your data
We and our business partners use technologies, including cookies, to collect information about you for various purposes, including:
By clicking ‘Accept’, you give your consent for all these purposes. You can also choose to specify the purposes you consent to by ticking the checkbox next to the purpose and clicking ‘Save settings'.
Accept button text
Decline button text
Show details button text
Hide details button text
About cookies button text
Data processor name text
Data processor service specification text
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file stored in your computer, tablet or smartphone. A cookie is not a program that can contain harmful malware or virus.
You can see the specific services that store cookies and why they do it, under the different categories:
How long are cookies stored?
How to block or delete cookies
You may at any time block all or just third-party cookies completely by changing the browser settings on your computer, tablet or smartphone. The location of these settings will depend on the browser you use. However, you should be aware that if you block all or just third-party cookies, there may be functions and services that you will be unable to use on the website (because these depend on cookies).
How can you delete cookies?
It is easy to delete cookies that you have previously accepted. It depends on which browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and device (smartphone, tablet, PC, Mac) you are using.
Changing your consent
You can change your consent by either deleting cookies from your browser or by changing your original choice by clicking the link below:
You can change your consent by clicking here
Remember: If you use more than one browser, you must delete cookies in all of them.
Do you have any questions?
Information about domains text
Your consent applies to the following domains:
Last updated text
No scan performed text
No scan performed
How to update an old text
There are two ways of updating the text on a consent solution for any given language.
The automatic way will result in a short period without the consent pop-up on your site and up to 24-48 hours without a cookie scan result on the website. Create a new consent solution for your domains to apply the new texts automatically.
You have a consent solution with English, Danish and Finnish applied, but you want to update it. When updating it, follow the steps below
Delete all the domains in the consent solution.
Create a new consent solution where you choose English, Danish, and Finnish (the rest of the settings should be as before).
Add the last domains.
Click save and publish
The manual way - Update the text in each field of the pop-up section in the consent solution. For English, you can use the texts provided in this article. For other languages, you would have to translate and enter them manually. Please remember to use tags like <b> ,<h1> ,<a>, etc. to style your texts.