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Get compliant today in the European Union and/or in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom with the only Privacy Suite that offers a fully-featured plugin for GDPR, DSGVO, PIPEDA, CCPA, COPPA and more!

Licenses for staging or development environments

A lot of website developers are using a staging or localhost environment to develop before publishing to the live website. We often get the question if purchasing an extra license for this development environment is required. In this article I’ll explain how to use Complianz

New revoke option on the cookie policies

From 4.4.2 upwards the cookie policies received a new, and improved, revoke option. Instead of showing a revoke button, which triggered the cookie notice. If the user previously consented, triggering the cookie notice would also revoke any consent made. The new revoke option will show

Proposal to Add a Consent API to WordPress

This article first appeared on WP Tavern by Justin Tadlock – April 3rd 2020 On Wednesday, Garret Hyder announced a feature proposal for a WordPress Consent API. The proposal is one step on the larger privacy roadmap for core. If merged into WordPress, it would establish a standard

Why online privacy testing tools are not accurate

There are several websites, such as https://2gdpr.com/ and https://cookiebot.com, where you can do an online test to see if your WordPress website and cookie management system is compliant with the GDPR. Sometimes these websites give back a negative result, mostly if analytics are being loaded

How to show the cookie banner in extra regions

Cookie consent outside of Complianz supported regions Complianz provides you with cookie consent management and legal documents for all supported regions. Currently, Complianz provides full coverage for United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. While we have recently added full support for Canada’s

Canada: CASL and Pipeda for WordPress

In the Complianz plugin, we recently have added Full support for the privacy regime in Canada. There are two main privacy laws for Canada: Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) To comply with these laws a website operator is required to:

Microsoft Defender SmartScreen indicating “Unsafe Website”

In rare cases, some website visitors who are using Edge, and have SmartScreen from Microsoft Defender enabled, will get a “Not Secure” message in their address bar. This message signifies a false positive on: https://www.mydomain.com/wp-content/plugins/complianz-gdpr/assets/video/youtube-placeholder.mp4?cmplz=1 If you’re experiencing this issue, please do the following; In

AMP Integrated with Complianz

From 4.1 onwards, we have integrated with AMP for WordPress. The integration is with the following free AMP plugin https://nl.wordpress.org/plugins/amp/. Another plugin called AMP for WP (https://wordpress.org/plugins/accelerated-mobile-pages/) has GDPR consent management, built-in. (for AMP only) What you need to know The integration is working for

Our Cookiedatabase: A new initiative

F.A.Q Differences between 3.0 and 4.0 Brief Statement to our users How it works and reporting issues Full Changelog 4.0 We have released Complianz Privacy Suite, both Free and Premium! Besides a full maintenance round-up we have added new, automatic cookie descriptions from Cookiedatabase.org. If

CCPA WordPress Plugin

Complianz Privacy Suite All about our CCPA WordPress Plugin Pricing download now More about CCPA Categories Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn The California Consumer Privacy Act, or the CCPA, will be going in to effect January 1st, 2020.

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