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Newsletter 10/2022

IAB GPP: The new IAB TCF replacement

The IAB presented its latest standard in September: IAB GPP. GPP stands for Global Privacy Platform and will replace the previous IAB TCF v2 standard in the future. The new standard has become necessary to reflect the changes in the various global data protection laws and how to comply with them.
This month’s update introduces support for IAB Canada TCF, IAB Europe TCF and US Privacy (California) – in November support for the new US laws and GPP sections for Utah, Virginia, Colorado, Connecticut and the USA will follow as a whole.
consentmanager will thus be the first CMP to fully support the new standard. Customers who want to use GPP for the regions mentioned can now be the first to do so and thus secure a better market position.

We explain in detail what is behind GPP, how it is used and why GPP will replace IAB TCF v3 here: -tcf-replacement/
Further information can also be found at:

New text templates

A breath of fresh air for our texts. With this update, the contents of the default headings and welcome texts are updated for all languages. We are thus complying with the regulatory requirements and making it easier for our customers to be GDPR compliant. The texts were created on the basis of recommendations from data protection authorities in various countries and continue to create a high level of legal certainty for our customers.

You don’t know whether the texts in your CMP are affected? Then you can easily find out. We have put together a little help for you. The new texts and further information can be found here (English):

DMEXCO 2022 – Thank you!

Two very exciting days at DMEXCO in Cologne are behind us. The topic of cookie banners and consent management solutions aroused great interest among visitors and provided a lot to talk about at our booth. Boredom among sales colleagues – no chance!

We would like to thank all interested parties, partners and customers who visited us in large numbers at our stand…and we are already looking forward to the next joint event. We’ll keep you posted when it starts again!


Consentmanager expands its team! We are looking for committed employees who want to continue growing with us. Exciting tasks and a highly motivated and friendly team are waiting for new colleagues.
Our current positions:

If anyone knows anyone… please spread the word!

More optimizations and adjustments in October

As always, there were also many other small innovations and changes. Providers can now also be connected to one another, in that the activation of provider A also results in the activation of provider B. This is an advantage, for example, when using Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics at the same time. Another improvement has been made to the blocking of dynamic content for Instagram, Tiktok and Twitter, and a new translation control button offers enterprise users more convenience.

The release log can be found here:

Release log

  • CMP-1396 Check logic for data-cmp-ab=”2″
  • CMP-1421 ads_data_redaction = true (Google Consent Mode)
  • CMP-1425 Translate vendor texts
  • CMP-1426 Connect vendors on activation (activate vendor A also activates vendor B)
  • CMP-1449 Add option to display custom button only on custom settings
  • CMP-1455 CSV Export of Cookie list not properly escaped
  • CMP-1126 2nd layer: Add jump to view on click on vendor details
  • CMP-465 Add auto translate via Google API
  • CMP-1350 Align default texts to German version
  • CMP-1409 Update task features
  • CMP-1404 Issue assigning users to groups
  • CMP-1318 Dynamic content blocking for instagram, tiktok, twitter
  • CMP-1438 Issue with Visual Editor: Text editor adds
  • CMP-1441 Vendor details: disable default legal basis text
  • CMP-1443 Mark important/unimportant domain in queue
  • CMP-1452 PUR: Allow change of order
  • CMP-1456 Move inline styles of preview to class
  • CMP-1457 Issue on opt-out on custom vendor
  • CMP-1459 GPP Support / IAB TCF Canada

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