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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!

Categories are mandatory for your statistics configuration

You might have seen a warning under Cookie Banner settings Categories are mandatory for your statistics configuration This warning will be activated when the below question from the wizard is not answered with 3 checked boxes. Statistics as a mandatory category will always be enabled

Complianz 3.2 Changelog and Documentation

Release Complianz 3.2 is out! Besides the usual fixes, compatibilities, and improvements. We added a few new features in 3.2. We will explain what we’ve added and how it might affect your website. If you have any questions surrounding the new update and the documentation

Complianz 3.1 Changelog and Documentation

Release Complianz 3.1 is out! Besides the usual fixes, compatibilities, and improvements. We added a few new features in 3.1. We will explain what we’ve added and how it might affect your website. If you have any questions surrounding the new update and the documentation

Reading the Proof of Consent by Complianz

You may have received a document called “Proof of Consent” after you registered for access to your cookie consent registration. Here we will explain how consent registration on websites with the Complianz Privacy Suite works and how the “Proof of Consent” document is structured. Registration

Brexit and GDPR. The New ICO Guidance & PECR

When the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, the Data Protection, Privacy and Electronic Communications (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, will make several amendments to legislation concerning the regulation of the processing of . These Regulations are made to address failures of retained EU law to

Does Complianz affect website performance?

Update: Since 4.9.0 we have switched from admin requests to the REST API to improve performance and stability. If you want to know more about Web Vitals, read this article. This article will use the premium plugin with all settings enabled, including GEO IP &

Google Maps and GDPR. What you should know.

As we explained in the article about the Google Fonts API, Google’s API (or deprecated iFrames) will at least collect your IP address while loading Google Fonts and Maps on your website. How the is later processed or how long it will be stored is

Cookies from Complianz, what are they for and how can you use them

It may sound funny, but to handle the blocking of on your site, we use… cookies. Of course these are cookies that won’t store personally identifiable data from users, and are functional, non-track cookies. cmplz_marketing: user has consented to the marketing level of cookies cmplz_event_*:

Self-hosting Google Fonts for WordPress

Why blocking Google Fonts is necessary you can read in this article. The reason why we are not blocking Google Fonts automatically as we do with most other services is the impact Google Fonts has on your website’s front-end. Canceling the Google API request will

Google reCAPTCHA and the GDPR: a possible conflict?

While developing Complianz Privacy Suite, some interesting questions arise. One of them I encountered today is: are Google Recaptcha and the GDPR reconcilable on your website? Contact Form 7 is with over 5 million installs the number one contact form plugin on WordPress. I too

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