How Uncode helps you

Privacy Preferences

Privacy preferences and consent management can be handled directly from the front end of your site, thanks to banner notifications.

Native Fallbacks

There are convenient fallbacks for all native modules of Uncode connected to external services that send and receive personal data.

Consent Logic

You can include and exclude content based on the user's consent. This is convenient if you use extra modules or plugins that send data.

GDPR Tools

The new WordPress 4.9.6 and WooCommerce 3.4 provide tools that help you meet the GDPR legislation requirements.

Let’s try to understand

When you use a service like Google Fonts, Google Analytics, YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter on your website, some personal data (usually your IP address) is sent to the provider in exchange for the free service offered. This data is then used to create targeted advertisements.Suppose that on your website’s home page, you use a YouTube video as the background for your main header. When this video is watched, some personal data about the viewer is sent to service provider (YouTube). It’s not compliant with the GDPR to simply include the video and communicate to the user that it's possible to disable it. After all, by the time the page loads, YouTube (in this example) has already collected some personal data.The GDPR stipulates that users will first have to provide approval through consent before any data is processed. Obtaining this consent needs to be of the utmost importance.