The German Government is Drafting a Regulation on Cookie Consent Management Services
German Government is working on a regulation that will set out the requirements for so-called “consent management services”, which are services for collecting and storing the consent of website users to the placement of cookies and similar technologies.
These services would serve as an alternative to cookie banners. Among others, they may obtain consent for several websites at once. More specifically, dedicated software applications could enable users to replicate the consent provided on one website to other websites, therefore generalizing and sorting their consent by category of devices or websites. Users would be asked to review their consents every six months.
By regulating the consent management services, the Government aims to encourage websites to use them and thereby reduce the amount of cookie banners on the Internet.
Source: The German Government is Drafting a Regulation on Cookie Consent Management Services | Inside Privacy