Is your website compliant with Europe's GDPR?

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Know exactly what actions you should be taking on your website to become compliant

We know that GDPR compliance can get quite heavy and complex. Leave the hard work to us, with Didomi's compliance report you'll know in a few minutes if your website is GDPR compliant. If some conditions are not met, you'll see exactly which actions you should be taking.

We scan your website and check:

  • How many cookies are created
  • If the way you track user consent in a compliant way
  • If you have a privacy policy
  • If your SSL certificate is valid
  • If your certificate has at least one trusted certification path and has not been revoked

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With Didomi's CMP, tackle GDPR requirements with ease and focus on your business

Didomi's CMP is compatible with the IAB Europe's Transparency & Consent Framework and complies with China's PIPL

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Use Didomi's CMP to:

Fully & easily customize your cookie banner

Set languages for various regions

Comply with regulations globally

Monitor & improve opt-in rates

Collect data across multiple touchpoints in one single place

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What is GDPR?

The GDPR launched in April of 2018 to have one set of data privacy laws (with higher levels of protection for individuals) across the European Union (EU). As a result, it created protocols for organizations handling personal information. The GDPR also established new definitions for personal data, consent, accountability, and all parts of processing data.


Since the end of May 2018, any website that gets EU visitors and processes personal data (or works with a third-party service that does) must comply with the GDPR. Part of complying means asking each user for permission to access and use their data.


Under GDPR, businesses are required to respect the following users’ data rights:

  • The right to be informed: understanding what data is being collected and how the organization will use it.

  • The right to access: the ability to easily see their data.

  • The right to portability: the ability to get a copy of their data.

  • The right to withdraw consent: cancel permission to collect or sell data at any time.

  • The right of prior consent: previous consent methods are no longer valid.

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