CCPA Opt-out Plugin for WordPress

Easily set up a notice to notify visitors and manage "do not sell" opt-out as required by CCPA.

The WordPress Cookie Consent plugin helps you comply with CCPA guidelines without the need to implement expensive SaaS solutions.

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) has new requirements for processing personally identifiable information. In addition it also grants consumers additional rights. The WordPress Cookie Consent Plugin helps you to meet CCPA requirements of notifying Californian visitors and allow these visitors to opt-out (as legally required).

Display a CCPA personal information collection notice on your website.

Display a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” opt-out link.

Geo-targeting to only display CCPA & GDPR notice where appicable.

What are the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?

CCPA requires websites to:

#1. Notify visitors

About what personal information is being collected, for what purpose and how it will be stored, at the time or before this information is collection.

#2. Allow “Do Not Sell” Opt-out

Allow visitors to opt-out from the sale of their personal information using the “Do Not Sell” link.

Plugin Features

The WordPress Cookie Consent Plugin works along with the WP Legal Pages plugin to help you comply with CCPA requirements.

Personal Info Collection Notice

Auto Cookie Scanner

3rd Party Cookie Audit

Real-time Geo Targeting

Do Not Sell Consent Log

Multiple Languages

Frequently Asked Questions

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is California’s privacy law. CCPA upholds the consumer privacy rights for residents of California, United States. The law came into effect on January 1st, 2020.

The CCPA applies when your business website targets Californian consumers, and meets at least one of the following conditions:

  • annual gross revenues exceed twenty-five million dollars; or
  • earns 50 percent or more of annual revenue from selling the personal information of visitors; or
  • buys, receives, sells, or shares the personal information (including IP address) of 50,000 or more consumers annually for the business’ commercial purposes.

CCPA considers the following as personal information:

  • IDs such as a real name, alias, postal address, IP address, email address, account name, social security number, driver’s license number, passport number, etc.
  • Commercial information, including records of personal property, products or services purchased, or other purchasing or consuming histories.
  • Biometric information.
  • Location data.
  • Internet usage or other electronic network activity information, including browsing history, search history, and information relating to website interaction.
  • Employment or education related information.
  • Inform visitors about what personal information is collected, why it is collected, and how it’s stored before or at the point of collection.
  • Provide access to this personal information or remove it, when a visitor makes a verified request.
  • Allow visitors to tell you, when they don’t want their personal information to be sold to third-parties.
  • Do not sell personal information of visitors below the age of 16.

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