The Privacy Suite for WordPress

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The difference between a Processor and a Third-Party

Let’s start with the definition of both and implement it in an example. Processors are external parties that process on behalf of the controller (in this case the website owner), pursuant to a written contract. Personal data remains your responsibility and under your supervision. Third

Configure Google Analytics 4 for GDPR

For the legacy Google Analytics dashboard, please follow this article. Have your Google Analytics 4 Dashboard ready and you’re done in 3 minutes! Step 1. Anonymizing IP Address Complianz will anonymize IP addresses for you as long as you check all three checkboxes during statistics

Integrations for WooCommerce

In this article, we will explain the many integrations available for your WooCommerce shop. We will look at specific questions in our wizard and configuring compatibility with plugins specifically aimed at WooCommerce. Table of Contents Creating a compliant depends on your privacy region. We will

Upgrade to Google Analytics 4

Update: you can now add your G-*** tracking code in Complianz and it will be handled for you. – Want to configure for GDPR, read this article If you want to upgrade to Google Analytics 4 you will need to upgrade your tracking code. If

Adding Global site tag (gtag.js) with Granular Consent

In the near future Complianz will switch to gtag.js, but in the meantime; here is how to add gtag.js, while controlling consent granularly between script tags. For Tag Manager, please follow this link. This article will consist of three steps. Configuring the wizard Adjusting gtag.js

Configuring Google Site Kit

The below warning from the wizard is for everyone who wants Google Site Kit and Complianz to work together. There are a couple of options you can consider, we will walk you through all, so you can make an educated choice for your purpose. Because

Questions about the CCPA

What rights does a Californian resident have?  If you are a California resident, you may ask businesses to disclose what personal information they have about you and what they do with that information, to delete your personal information and not to sell your personal information.

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 before consent.  How to configure your Google Analytics account for GDPR and other privacy laws can be found here. Anonymizing your IP addresses for Analytics

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

Shortcode for Cookies

How to use The new shortcode will show the cookie list, which is featured in all generated cookie policies from Complianz. We have received requests to add a shortcode for the synchronized cookie descriptions, so here it is! You can now use cmplz-cookies (with [

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