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Newsletter 05/2021

Improved reporting

This month we have mainly focused on the CMP report and have introduced many small changes that make daily work with the reports easier. This includes, among other things, multiple selection for filters, more export options, better overview and explanation of the columns and an improved way of counting acceptance, rejection and user-defined selection.

In addition, we have added various small design functions – in particular the possibility to display a “Save and continue” button in the consent layer in the top right according to the CNIL recommendations.

Also new: The categories of the processed data are now also displayed for each provider. The visitor can thus obtain more detailed information and legal security is increased.

Webinars in June

Webinars on current data protection topics will take place again in June. These are:

More new features and changes

  • More functions for previews (dynamic content blocking)
  • New macros for texts
  • Explicit consent as the new legal basis
  • Bugfixes for use with Iframes
  • … and much more.

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