SDK Tappx Android GDPR – EU

Introduction

On May 25th 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, requiring you obtain explicit consent from EU users to use their data and display ads based on their interests.

To comply with the law, you must integrate a system that requests consent from the user and offers them the possibility of revoking said consent at any time (Consent Management Platform or CMP).You can find a list of IAB authorized CMP’s here : https://iabeurope.eu/cmp-list/

For any questions regarding GDPR, you can find more information on our specific GDPR page.

Once you have integrated a CMP to obtain consent, you should send the consent in each request to Tappx following these steps:

Custom / Manual method (managed by the developer)

The developer must create their own consent management platform (CMP) or can use a third party and re-submit the information of the user's consent to the SDK of :tappx through the parameters enabled for that purpose. Using this system Tappx will not show its consent request screen.
If the user consents to the use of their data, this function should be called

Tappx.getPrivacyManager(context).grantPersonalInfoConsent();

In this case you should also pass the daisychain:

Tappx.getPrivacyManager(context).setGDPRConsent(String);

If the user does NOT consent to use their data, this function should be called

Tappx.getPrivacyManager(context).denyPersonalInfoConsent();

For any questions regarding GDPR, you can find more information on our specific GDPR page.

The consent must be requested before showing ads to the user.

If you don’t send the consent, the SDK will assume "DO NOT CONSENT" by default, this may cause a decrease in the number of ads being displayed.


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