We require your website to use a consent string to protect your user's privacy and your liability.
We encrypt all your visitor's data and consistently clean our servers to protect your data.
1. Clearly outline the kinds of personal data collected (e.g., names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers).
2. Specify the reasons for collecting personal data (for example, account creation, service provision, marketing).
3. Detail where the data is stored and the duration of its retention.
4.Disclose any third parties with whom the data might be shared (like service providers or advertisers).
5. Inform users about their rights concerning their data (access, correction, deletion, processing restrictions).
6. Describe the measures taken to protect personal data against unauthorized access and misuse.
A consent string is crucial for compliance with regulations like GDPR and CCPA. It encodes user consent for personal data usage, particularly in online advertising. The requirement for a consent string depends on your location and the laws applicable to your business. If your operations are within states like California, Virginia, Colorado or Connecticut and you use personal data for online advertising, a consent string is likely necessary.
The method of adding a consent string to your website varies based on your web host. Different hosts may offer built-in options or recommend specific plugins. Alternatively, third-party software can be used for consent string management. For optimal integration with Traffic Data Labs, it is advisable to consult with us or your IT or web development team.
We always recommend consulting a lawyer before making any changes to your policy or implementing our data.
Add a consent string to make sure you are compliant! A consent string gains consent from users and records it for your safety. Use any of our partner programs to quickly install a consent string.
You can find all updated privacy laws on your states legislatures website.
IntentWave is completely legal/compliant. We maintain strict rules on all our clients with occasional audits. We do this to make sure privacy policies are maintained for compliance.
Yes this is 100% legal, we strictly abide by CAN-SPAM, GDPR and CCPA law. All data is opt in data provided by our publisher network and goes through an extensive cleaning process upon delivering it to your dashboard. Additionally, we choose to to only fire our pixel on visitors within the US and take extensive measures to stay compliant in states like CA, CO, CT, VA, and UT.