GDPR/CCPA Compliance Manager
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- Control Preferences. Show Preferences Popup with eu cookie bar information where customers can opt-in/out for specific cookies.
- GDPR/CCPA Information. Let visitors decide which cookie bar they want to use for each cookie.
- Full Compliant Consent Bar. Display a GDPR/CCPA banner asking for the clients’ consent to store used cookies.
- Receive users’ consent and invoke trust for non-infringement of privacy with our GDPR/CCPA Compliance App
- What you’ll do with the GDPR/CCPA Compliance Manager App:
- You get all of the above plus…
- All you have to do is:
- New to this Cookie Consent stuff?
- Cookie management - why GDPR/CCPA Compliance Manager app?
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Date: June 16, 2022
Author: Quantus Life LLC.
This app like all the apps we use for our store works like a charm. Highly recommend this company and its full line of apps.
Date: August 09, 2022
This app is really easy to set up and I enjoy how it works. I would recommend this app to anyone that is getting started. They are very helpful and fast at fixing the problems
Date: November 04, 2022
This app is great - it is easy to set up and customize and looks great on my website. Their customer service is really good as well. They are very responsive and helpful.
Date: November 16, 2022
Author: Cowboy Boots Portugal
Excelente app e fácil de implementar na nossa loja https://cowboybootsportugal.pt Recomendo, usamos desde a criação na nossa loja.
Date: November 23, 2022
Author: Wallpops UK
great app so far. no complaints! Easy set up and very little technical experience required. Perfect for start ups!
Date: April 10, 2021
Author: Stephen Cordina AROMA&THERAPY
I installed this because for true GDPR compliance a site must offer the ability to opt out of specific cookie use, this app appeared to do that. It does but ONLY in the paid version! This is not made clear. Given the amount of customer data this app requires to work I'd think they'd give the option to select cookie preferences in the free version... uninstalling and will never use again.
Date: December 22, 2020
Author: Gin Amber Beauty
From the below I'm not sure is it works. We need to make sure that only if customer selects "Accept all", or "Tracking" it would then fire the adroll pixel script (or image). How to ensure that. Also, why even on premium section it (this plugin) is full of your spammy ads. Looks cheap. Here are some tips to make sure your custom consent banner works effectively with AdRoll. - Consent must be given before the pixel fires. - Be visible and easy to read. - State that cookies (technology) are being used for the purpose of advertising. - Mention "NextRoll". - Custom Consent Banner must be IAB TCFv2.0 compliant. - Have similarly sized and located accept and decline buttons. - Enable visitors to easily change consent settings. - Collect consent prior to collecting more visitor data.
Date: July 17, 2020
It's not GDPR compliant. To be compliant, the notice must allow an "opt out" function which still allows users to access the site. Look it up.
Date: October 26, 2020
Author: Blanda Beauty
All good so far. Seems a light weight and easy to implement solution. I had a couple of questions to the team which were all answered in no time. Good app, good team. Update: The app made an update (I was not aware) and unfortunately the update changed the layout of my collection pages. After investigating with -Shopify and the theme developer they concluded it had to be GDPR App from Hulk. I contacted Hulk a couple of times on this but the response I got repeatedly was that they don't find / see any issue (despite the evidence the theme developer provided). I deleted the GDPR App and all was good again.