The Privacy Suite for WordPress

Category: F.A.Q

Get compliant today in the European Union, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil & South Africa with the only Privacy Suite for WordPress that offers a fully-featured plugin for Worldwide Compliance.

Elementor, reCaptcha and the Native Form

When configuring our plugin with the easy wizard, you will be prompted to check integrations, which are not yet scanned or found by Complianz. Sometimes you will need to enable reCaptcha if it is not prechecked by default, of course, only if you use reCaptcha

Enable consent on async javascript without script center

From 6.0 upwards, these features are not directly implemented in our Script Center If you’re using a code manager outside of Complianz to add javascript, for example, a Remarketing Pixel from Google, you need to add some code to enable consent for javascript that uses asynchronized

About Cookie Scan Results

One of the key features of Complianz is the automated cookie scan. While initially setting up Complianz the wizard will guide you through this process, which includes a website scan that detects cookies placed by your website. After you completed the Complianz wizard for the

Editing ‘Impressum’ on the cookie banner.

Impressum is now called an Imprint to be applicable worldwide If your website is intended to attract visitors from the EU and Germany/Austria, Complianz offers the possibility to show an Impressum link on your cookie banner. In Premium you’re able to generate an Impressum as

Informal language in legal documents

Complianz strives to make the plugin and legal documents available in as many languages as possible. Luckily WordPress provides a compelling ecosystem in which everyone can contribute to translating plugins to their language. The Locale Managers of each language compiled a glossary that contains instructions

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

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

Are your IP addresses anonymized?

For some privacy laws, anonymized statistics, and a specific configuration of your analytics provider, e.g., Google Analytics, allow setting statistics cookies before consent.  How to configure your Google Analytics account for GDPR and other privacy laws can be found here. Anonymizing your IP addresses for

Generating an Impressum

From 5.0 onward, this is now called the Imprint and is applicable worldwide with new, optional fields. From release 4.4 onwards, Complianz Privacy Suite (Premium) offers a new document, the Impressum. The Impressum provides the required information for commercial websites that target German and/or Austrian

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

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