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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 personal data on behalf of the controller (in this case the website owner), pursuant to a written contract. Personal data remains your responsibility and under your

Exclude your website in Chrome’s new cookieless tracking

Are you FloCed? Your browser may be part of the Google trial explained below. Click here to know for sure. × Dismiss alert Google is running a Chrome “origin trial” to test out an experimental new tracking feature called Federated Learning of Cohorts (aka “FLoC”). According

Using AMP for WP with Complianz

AMP for WP is a popular WordPress plugin for Accelerated Mobile Pages that has built-in GDPR consent management (for AMP pages). This makes setting up AMP for WP with Complianz a relatively easy task, especially if you follow the steps outlined in this guide. There

A Quick introduction to A/B Testing

This will be a quick introduction to enable and configure A/B testing, as well as understanding the statistics and what might be some follow-up actions. Before we start: The TCF banner cannot be tested due to strict IAB Europe Guidelines Enable A/B Testing Enable A/B

How-to: set cookies on the root domain with an MU Plugin

You may want to change an existing feature in Complianz to fit your specific use case. Of course, you can reach out to us to implement it, but it is entirely possible (and easier than you might think) to add the desired functionality yourself. The

How to implement reCaptcha and Consent for Ninja Forms

To block reCAPTCHA prior to consent with Ninja Forms, please see below guide. We will differentiate between reCAPTCHA V3 with an additional plugin. The native reCAPTCHA V2 has the integration built-in. reCAPTCHA v3 with Advanced noCaptcha WordPress plugin Download the reCAPTCHA plugin and enter your

CSS Lesson #11 Adding the Privacy Statement to your Cookie Banner

From version 5.1 onward, this will be a default setting for you cookie banner. Until then, please do the following to add the privacy statement, or any link you would like to the cookie banner. Go from the standard links on the cookie banner. To

How to determine the retention of specific data sets?

For selected purposes in a GDPR and UK-GDPR compliant privacy statement, you will need to determine the data retention period. The data retention period is specific to your selected purpose. The GDPR does not mention specific periods, but it does mention the principle of storage

Do I need a checkbox on my forms?

Contrary to popular belief, having a checkbox on every form that collects personal data is not required under the GDPR.  A checkbox isn’t required if the user, by submitting a form for its stated use, gives explicit consent. For example, a contact form needed for support requessts,

CNIL updated privacy guidelines

Last updated: March 2021 Source: Questions-réponses sur les lignes directrices modificatives et la recommandation « cookies et autres traceurs » de la CNIL (March 18th 2021) While the much-anticipated ePrivacy Regulation seems to be postponed for some years, local EU Data Protection Authorities formulate their

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