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This powerful solution allows you to draft terms and conditions documents, or even legally proof terms of service, with a guided setup, customization possibilities, up to 10 languages available and an international legal team behind you who monitor and update your documents to the latest news required by legislation. Optimized for integrations on ecommerce, marketplaces, SaaS, apps and more.WHAT IS IT FOR?
The GDPR and other regulations provide for the obligation to store user preferences, to be able to retrieve them if required and to keep proof of the consent collected. Our consent collection database makes it easy for you, integrating with your web forms to automatically track, sort and record the consents you obtain through your website or app.WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Do you use Google Ads or Google Analytics? Avoid loss of information on users who decline consent to tracking. By activating Google Consent Mode v2 you can track conversions and statistics even for users who have not accepted consent. You will be able to retrieve data on Google Ads conversions for about 65 per cent of the clicks of users who refuse consent, and you will have a more accurate view of the performance of campaigns in Google Ads, while respecting users' privacy choices.
Important: As of March 2024, the use of Google Consent Mode v2 will be required to access audience segmentation and performance measurement features.
The EU Whistleblowing Directive requires organizations with 50 or more employees, located or subsidiaries in the EU, to establish an internal channel for reporting illegal conduct. The Whistleblowing Management Tool, included in the Ultimate plan, helps you adapt by providing a secure channel to collect and manage reports, ensuring confidentiality and anonymity.WHAT IS IT FOR?
DATA PROTECTION SHOULD BE AN INTEGRAL PART OF EVERY WEBSITE AND IS MANDATORY BY LAW.
The cookie law in force in the EU obliges the publication of a banner, from which the visitor expresses his consent to the installation of profiling cookies.
The consent database allows you to collect the consents of your users to consider them valid. For example, you need it if you have a newsletter or a registration form.
Italy is our country and it is the first where the service was launched. Obtaining a great popularity and many accessions, we have been able to upgrade the tools thanks to the legal team that follows us closely.
We are compliant with the GDPR, the ePrivacy Directive, the CCPA and many other important regulations.
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation.
This is the European Regulation 2016/679.
In short, the GDPR defines how to process personal data, including how to collect the consent, use, protection and sharing of the same.
The GDPR exists to regulate data usage and ensure the protection of all individuals whose personal information falls within its scope by giving them full control over their data.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state data protection law that regulates how businesses around the world are permitted to process the personal information of California residents.
The CCPA went into effect on January 1, 2020. This is the first law of its kind in the United States. Effective January 1, 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) went into effect, amending and extending the CCPA.
This is the Brazilian Personal Data Protection Act (LGPD, Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados). We can consider it as a Brazilian GDPR. The LGPD has many similarities with the European regulation and serves to regulate all those areas in which there is no clear legal framework, in some cases even to replace.
The LGPD wants to create a clear legal framework for the use of personal data in Brazil, online and offline, in the private and public sector.
Directive (EU) 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law, also known as the “Whistleblower Directive”, was adopted on October 23, 2019 and entered into force on December 16, 2019.
It sets minimum standards for the protection of whistleblowers across the European Union and requires all EU Member States to implement corresponding national legal frameworks. From 17 December 2023, the EU Whistleblowing Directive requires organizations with 50 or more employees, based or subsidiaries in the EU, to establish an internal channel for reporting illegal conduct such as: privacy violations, financial offences, consumer protection, harassment, environmental issues, etc.
Who has to comply with the whistleblower directive?
-Public and private entities with 50 or more employees
-All state, regional administrations, and municipal administrations with over 10,000 inhabitants.
Google Consent Mode v2 is a solution provided by Google to help advertisers comply with data protection regulations related to consent (such as the EU GDPR, the Privacy Directive and the Digital Markets Act), while still allowing them to get the most out of using Google services such as Google Ads or Analytics. It is a way to comply with the consent requirements imposed by data privacy laws and, at the same time, understand how users are converting on a site while still respecting user consent choices for ads and analytics cookies.
*The Client acknowledges and accepts that the services described on this page, the contents of iubenda.com and the documents generated using the Iubenda services are provided for informational purposes. Although the clauses and provisions that can be selected in the generator have been drawn up by a team of Iubenda consultants and are subject to constant review and updating, the generation of documents takes place in a fully automated way. Therefore, the Service does not constitute or replace legal advice, nor does it give rise to a mandate relationship between the client and the lawyer. Despite the maximum effort aimed at offering the best possible service, neither Iubenda nor Register can guarantee that the documents generated are perfectly compliant with the applicable law. Customers and Users are therefore advised not to rely on the documents generated with iubenda without the assistance of a lawyer qualified in the relevant legal system(s).