Complianz Privacy Suite

Tag: Cookie Category

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Whitelisting inline script

Complianz uses a regular expression to find 3rd party services in inline scripts. Below we will take an example of a Podcast Player that creates an inline script. The output also contains data related to social media hyperlinks or instagram.com in this specific case. In

Configuring ActiveCampaign

Tracking with Active Campaign can be set-up in two different ways. You can use the official plugin by ActiveCampaign, or add the tracking script yourself, either on-site or with Tag Manager. We will discuss both below and will regard ActiveCampaign as a remarketing and automation

CSS Lesson #8 Styling your categories

For this lesson we will do two things, removing an unused category from the overview and changing the colors of the square checkboxes, both can be achieved with a little CSS. Changing the color of the square checkbox To change the color, for example to

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

Are pre-checked checkboxes allowed?

Sometimes we’ll get the question: “Is there an option to have the categories on the cookie banner pre-checked?”. The short answer is no, but it is more nuanced. And well…it is possible… We understand this question for multiple reasons. First, pre-checked categories are everywhere and

Most websites still not GDPR compliant

Vodafone.com – EU – 6/2019 Common issues When browsing the internet, most websites I come across are not GDPR compliant. Most of them seem to either try and fail, or won’t comply on purpose. Common issues and occurrences: 1. “If you continue to browse this

Configuring Categories for Tag Manager

If you use Tag Manager for firing scripts, you might have noticed a couple of new questions in our wizard to configure your cookie warning for further implementation. These questions have 4 possible outcomes, with 4 slightly different implementations: NB. We suggest using the Debug

Cookie banner categories, with and without Tag Manager

Are categories necessary for GDPR? Categories are not necessary for the GDPR or any other privacy law. The misunderstanding seems to be that when the first Cookie Banners appeared most categorized their cookies, so the user could choose which category they would allow to set

Cookie settings for the Facebook pixel

To give you more control over how you use your Facebook pixel, you can now decide whether to use your pixel for advertising and analytics purposes or for analytics only. You can also choose what types of cookies to use with your Facebook pixel. NB.

Is a cookie consent banner required?

We’ve been receiving many questions regarding the Cookie Consent Banner & the GDPR. Are you obligated to implement it into your website in the GDPR or are there exceptions? We will explain this in this article. What are the different types of cookies? We have

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