Amplitude is a SaaS analytics platform that allows product teams to measure, understand, and improve user behavior. It helps track user sessions, measure revenue, and report on key user engagement metrics all in one dashboard.
Build better products by turning your user data into meaningful insights, using Amplitude's digital analytics platform and experimentation tools.
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Privacy policies are required under most privacy legislations worldwide including the GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, LGPD and more.
Yes, Amplitude Analytics may use tracking cookies. Therefore, if European laws like the GDPR apply to you, you will need to collect opt-in consent before running Amplitude Analytics. If US laws like the CPRA and VCDPA apply to you, you may need to provide your users with a way to opt-out of tracking. See which laws apply to you here.
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In general, websites that use third-party cookies as well as their own cookies for tracking and analytics must comply with the law and therefore are required to obtain the user’s express consent.
If you operate in Europe or could potentially have European users, you need to comply with the GDPR and ePrivacy.
Our Privacy Controls and Cookie Solution complies with provisions of the ePrivacy; it allows you to easily inform users, facilitate their consent and it includes the option to preemptively block any scripts that could install cookies prior to consent (required in many European countries).
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