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Newsletter 03/2022

Icons & Design Features

This month we’ve focused primarily on the many small design features that many customers have asked for from us. This includes, for example, that purposes, buttons and links can now have their own icons, that multiple HTML and CSS codes can now be stored, or that finer settings for provider lists and cookie lists are possible.

More new countries

Also new this month is support for many new areas of law. So far we support GDPR/ePrivacy for Europe, CCPA/CPRA for California, PIPEDA for Canada and LGPD for Brazil. New this month are the legal bases for Mexico, Argentina, Nigeria, South Africa, South Korea, Russia, Turkey, Israel, China and Thailand. There are now separate settings for all these areas (depending on the selected package) and the corresponding legal texts and paragraphs are stored in the system.

Dynamic content blocking

Many French publishers in particular wanted to expand dynamic content blocking. Blocking is used, for example, to block a YouTube video and only activate it with consent. With the latest update, the feature has been expanded even more and can now be applied to any element in a web page. A typical use case would be that a news website blocks the texts if there is no consent. More in our help.

More new features and changes

As always, there were many other small new features and changes this month. Worth mentioning here in particular is the conversion of stacks/stacks from account to CMP, simpler and clearer operation of the visual design editor and better support for Apple’s ATT system.

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