At Quantcast, respect for privacy is woven into the fabric of our business. This inspired us to be one of the driving forces behind the IAB Europe’s Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF) and build one of the first-ever consent management platforms (CMPs), Quantcast Choice® based on the TCF standard. The Quantcast Choice team has continually
Quantcast has worked extensively across the industry to define what’s needed in a CCPA Framework. We are currently building an extension of Choice to support some of the needs of website owners’ around the CCPA, which will be released in January 2020. You can learn more about the CCPA regulations in this post. In the meantime,
What is CCPA? The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was passed in June 2018 and will go into effect January 1, 2020. The CCPA is designed to regulate the ‘sale’ of personal information of California residents by a business. Specifically, the law gives California residents the right to: Prohibit the sale of their personal information Request
Quantcast’s Chief Privacy Officer, Ari Levenfeld, shares a brief overview of some of the recent data protection and privacy regulations that have been introduced, and where they are similar and different from GDPR.
A detailed look at GDPR consent management solutions and how to select the best option for your business. Be fully prepared for GDPR by examining the optimal path to consent.