GDPR and Google dfp/adsense

Discussion in 'Google Adsense' started by markb, May 11, 2018.

  1. Murray

    Murray Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a privacy cookie/template to use on sites with google analytics/adsense

    No registered accounts or carts or anything

    Any one got anything suitable?
     
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  3. Murray

    Murray Well-Known Member

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    This is all giving me a headache

    I will set it to non-personalized ads for now and see what the damage is over next few days
     
  4. Skinner

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    I just had a chat with a guy who does Adult Sites, he tells me the adult industry solution to this is easy, in simple terms its a modified Age-Gate, you know the Whats your DOB, Enter Here or Leave.

    Nothing is loaded until this is completed, Whats your date of birth... do you accept cookie policy, do you accept gdpr, can we have your first born etc all on check boxes. He wasn't sure if they are linking this to a database, so he doesn't know if it always asks you, or if its purely cookie/session based so the idea seems solid.
     
  5. mark United Kingdom

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    You've tagged me there rather than the OP, who is @markb.

    Just to avoid confusion (as someone has e-mailed me, assuming I'm @markb) I just want to clarify that isn't me and I only post here is @mark

    Thanks :)
     
  6. Systreg

    Systreg Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Sorry, missed the B off his name, I've corrected that in my earlier post now.
     
  7. anthony United Kingdom

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    A tangent question, but what happens about the DRS reports where GDPR is concerned, are Nominet allowed to publish the parties names, or will they have to redact them?
     
  8. gregfindley

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    I've already had one email from Nominet letting me know that my registrant details have been disclosed for a particular domain (before I had switched my info back on in the whois), so perhaps the same applies for publishing details of DRS outcomes "establishing, exercising or defending legal rights".

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  9. JMI

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    Presumably that can't bypass whois privacy if you've got it enabled, as in they only get the privacy address which is not that useful. I wonder what the minimum requirement is for a "legitimate reason" to disclose.

    I wonder if Nominet will end up setting up GDPR lookup service.
     
  10. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    I imagine, based on the wording of that exemption, that law enforcement and other qualifying parties will get the real, unobscured details.

    That's the entire point of the exemption, after all.
     
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    Thanks for that. So it seems a vague area, open to interpretation of what are 'legal rights'.
     
  12. Skinner

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    @Murray did you ever find a template ? I've read through various other sites and seems none I have found so far are near inclusive, everyones in the same boat I suspect.

    ICO are telling my clients keep it simple, don't make it 100s of clauses just 1 paragraph per item, and unload most the small print to the providers.

    As for who can request via that exemption my experience is its going to be a solicitor, infact with 1 exception every time I've had one of those it's been solicitors.
     
  13. Skinner

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    I noticed TalkTalk have gone with the Age/Entry Gate, you either accept they have rights to your first born, can sell your soul to the devil etc or you can't use their website. There is no option to turn them off or control them, you either accept them or go whistle.

    I suspect many others will go this route too.