To address the issue of Grav and EU GDPR / ePrivacy Regulations compliance (see this post) I’ve created a new plugin called ePrivacy.
This plugin is by no means a final solution. In fact it’s in early development.
You should regard the current version as a proposal and an invitation to all Grav developers to make it better.
You can find the plugin on GitHub. Please use the GitHub issues in that repo for specific questions, bug reports, suggestions, etc. or this forum for more general discussion on EU ePrivacy compliance.