🎯 Make your site compliant with new U.S. Privacy Laws
2 new US privacy laws become effective on January 1st:
👉 CPRA in California
👉 VCDPA in Virginia
Colorado, Connecticut and Utah are next.
🚀 With iubenda, you can meet these regulations & receive automatic updates to stay on top of what comes next.
📌 What is required for 2023?
In summary, a website is required to:
Give users the ability to opt-out from certain processing.
Does it apply to me?
VCDPA applies to organizations that conduct business in Virginia or provide products/services to Virginia persons.
CPRA is an amendment to the CCPA and adds new requirements for legal entities that gather personal data from California residents.
Not doing business in Virginia or California? Be aware that privacy compliance is becoming increasingly popular among legislators. New laws will soon be enforced in other states. With iubenda, you comply with existing requirements and automatically receive updates to stay on top of future regulations.
How do I comply?
📌 Within the Privacy Controls and Cookie Solution
Anything else I should know?
👉 We’ve added usage-based pricing to our Privacy Controls and Cookie Solution to support the new U.S. regulations.
👉 If your website exceeds 25,000 monthly page views, simply choose the plan that best applies to your site’s monthly traffic.
Why the premium features?
We dramatically increased the complexity of our solution to meet current state-level legislations, including what comes next.
The Privacy Controls and Cookie Solution now allows you to tag scripts to handle U.S. opt-out requests.
iubenda is now among the few providers compatible with GPP & GPC, making it easier to honor these opt-out requests without tagging scripts.
The solution now adds a footer widget to your site allowing U.S. users to opt-out from processing.
A Consent Banner will also display to collect an opt-in if the user is sharing sensitive data (geolocation data, bank account numbers, etc.). This banner provides the ability to consent or reject to the use of this data.