GDPR Privacy Policy and Cookie Consent WordPress Plugins: Best 10 plugins that’ll help you comply (2019)

GDPR Privacy Policy and Cookie Consent WordPress Plugins: Best 10 plugins that’ll help you comply (2019)


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2018.

Website owners have been trying to comply with it since then. Recently, the regulatory body has started levying heavy fines for non-compliant websites. That has caused the website owners to become serious about it.

A few weeks ago, PwC (PriceWaterhouseCoopers) was fined for non-compliance. The total penalties were around EUR 150,000.

Lack of tools and information are two big reasons why most site owners struggle to comply with GDPR.

Thankfully, WordPress websites have it a little easy. The plugin repository has many plugins that can help you comply. All these are completely free plugins. However, some of these also have a premium version.

In this article, we’ll look at the 10 such plugins.

GDPR Privacy Policy Generator Plugins

1. WP Autoterms

WP Autoterms is one of the most downloaded WordPress GDPR compliance plugins.

It helps you to create a privacy policy page, terms & conditions agreement, and cookie policy page. Apart from these, you can also create custom policy pages.

Free Features:

  • Generate a privacy policy, cookie policy, and terms & conditions agreement.
  • Create custom policy pages and manage them.
  • Inform users whenever you update your legal policy pages.

Premium Features:

  • Generate a GDPR privacy & cookie policy pages.
  • Create & show a cookie consent notice to website visitors.
  • Generate affiliate disclaimers.

Price: Free – $41.43

2. WP Legal Pages

WP Legal Pages is another popular WordPress privacy policy generator plugin.

It has two advantages over WP Autoterms. One, it comes with 25 legal policy page templates. And two, it makes the job of updating templates easy. You only need to add your business information in one place to update all the templates.

Free Features:

  • Generate Privacy & DMCA Policy pages
  • Easy to install, use and update.

Premium Features:

Price: Free – $67

3. Terms of Service & Privacy Policy Generator

This simple plugin generates the “terms of use” and “privacy policy” pages using the website information. It uses Automattic’s templates to generate these pages.

Note that, this is an old plugin and has not been updated since the last 4 years. However, it has 6,000 active installs. It’s recommended to use plugins compatible with the latest version of WordPress.


  • Generates “terms of use” and “privacy policy” text using the information you provide.
  • Provides shortcodes to add this text to any page of your choice.
  • Optionally you can also add these pages to your navigation menus.

GDPR Consent Plugins

4. Ninja GDPR Compliance for WordPress

The Ninja GDPR plugin comes with 10 consents for GDPR.

You can request for consent either using popups. This plugin does not come with predefined templates. But allows you to add shortcodes to your existing pages.

Free Features:

  • Requests consent for cookies, privacy, and terms & conditions agreement.
  • Allows users to request access. rectify and removal of personal data from your website.
  • Allows admins to notify users about a data breach.

5. GDPR Cookie Consent

As the name suggests, the GDPR Cookie Consent WordPress plugin requests consent for the use of cookies. GDPR Cookie Consent complies with European Union’s ICO guidelines.

The plugin has both options – to manually add cookie information as well as to automatically scan your website cookies. Learn more about its features below:

Free features:

  • Manually add, edit or delete website cookies.
  • Manually add, edit or delete third-party cookie audit table.
  • Show ICO compliant cookie consent notice to website visitors.

Premium features:

  • Scan the website for own and third-party cookies.
  • Store cookie consent log.
  • Customize the colors & fonts of the cookie consent bar.

Price: Free – $39

6. GDPR Cookie Consent Banner

GDPR Cookie Consent Banner is a popular WordPress plugin.

It adds both a cookie consent notice banner as well as a cookie policy page on your WordPress website. The plugin claims that it’s simple to install, configure and use.


  • Automatically creates a cookie policy page.
  • Automatically links the cookie consent banner with the cookie policy page.
  • Banner text is translatable in English, Polish, Russian, Slovakian and Italian.

7. Cookie Notice For GDPR

Cookie Notice for GDPR

The Cookie Notice for GDPR plugin provides extensive options to customize the cookie consent bar.


  • Accepts consent on window scroll. Scroll offset is configurable.
  • Manually blocks scripts from loading.
  • Reloads the page after cookies are accepted.
  • Custom cookie notice bar position, styles & content.

Right To Be Forgotten Plugins

8. The GDPR Framework

The GDPR Framework

The GDPR Framework is an easy to use GDPR WordPress plugin. It comes with a setup wizard to set up your privacy and other policies.


  • Provides an interface that allows users to view, access and delete personal data. A user need not have an account to perform these actions.
  • Adds a GDPR-compatible Privacy Policy template for your website.
  • Comes with an interface to track, manage, and withdraw cookie consent anytime.

9. Delete Me

Delete Me WordPress GDPR plugin

The Delete Me plugin allows WordPress users with specific roles to delete their profile and personal information.


  • Customizable shortcode for the delete link.
  • Give delete access to specific user roles.
  • Email notification on user delete.
  • Multi-site compatible.

10. WP GDPR Compliance

WP GDPR Compliance

The WP GDPR Compliance plugin comes with integrations for other WordPress plugins that collect user data.


  • Request consent from website visitors and give them full access to their data.
  • Keep a consent log.
  • Works with WordPress comment form, WooCommerce, Contact Form 7, and Gravity Forms.


No plugin can assure 100% GDPR compliance. However, installing a plugin can help you get started on the path to GDPR compliance. But it’s always a good option to hire legal help or a GDPR consultant.

However, if you’re on a tight budget, these WordPress plugins can help. Most likely you’ll need to choose more than plugin to start the compliance process. Choose a set of plugins that best suits your budget.

The plugins you choose will depend on the data you collect and store from your website visitors.

Your turn

Do you know about other GDPR WordPress plugins for making your website GDPR compliant? Tell us about them in the comments section below.


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