Disabling Cookies

How to disable cookies with Cookie Consent

Whenever you have chosen opt-in or opt-out as your compliance type, you will need to disable cookies on your site depending on the user action.

Disabling cookies should be done with the callback hook:
onInitialise: function (status) { var type = this.options.type; var didConsent = this.hasConsented(); if (type == 'opt-in' && didConsent) { // enable cookies } if (type == 'opt-out' && !didConsent) { // disable cookies } }, onStatusChange: function(status, chosenBefore) { var type = this.options.type; var didConsent = this.hasConsented(); if (type == 'opt-in' && didConsent) { // enable cookies } if (type == 'opt-out' && !didConsent) { // disable cookies } }, onRevokeChoice: function() { var type = this.options.type; if (type == 'opt-in') { // disable cookies } if (type == 'opt-out') { // enable cookies } }

What's New at Osano

Application Release 2019.3

Osano regularly releases updates. This November update includes bug fixes, customer feature requests, and improved consent visualizations.

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Application Release 2019.2

Osano regularly releases updates. This October update improves notifications, addresses numerous user interface bugs, and refreshes the entire application.

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Osano Launch

Osano's open-source tools currently help more than 750,000 active websites with their compliance. These numbers make Osano the most pervasive privacy product on the planet. After more than a year of development and testing, you can finally access the Osano suite of applications. We're honored to launch Osano on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield.

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7,000 Vendor Milestone

The Osano attorneys have been hard at work and today we are proud to share that we have now evaluated the privacy practices of more than 7,000 companies!

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Beta Testing Complete

Thank you to all of the beta testers who participated in the closed beta. The beta has now concluded as we prepare for launch.