The first guide has the following table of contents:

Trackerdetect Legal Guide

Duty to discover Trackers

Duty to have a Tracker policy

Duty to classify site owner and Tracker

Duty when Tracker is “processor”

Duty when site owner is joint controller with Tracker

Duty to have legal basis

Duty when Consent is the proper legal basis

Duty when Legitimate Interest is the proper legal basis

Duty when site visitors’ personal data are transferred outside the EU

Duty to have a Processing Record with Tracker details

Duty to risk assess Trackers

Duty to include Tracker details in Privacy Policy

Duty to include Tracker details in Access Right Response

Duty to notify Trackers

This guide will soon be available for all Signatu members only.

This guide is accompanied with a Technical Guide on how to use Signatu self-service tools to help you build sites that your users trust with their data, including:

  • Trackerdetect - scan your website to discover and manage 3rd party cookies and scripts.
  • Consent - manage your user’s consent and/or refusals to data processing activities. Includes tools to manage specifications and texts to present to the users.
  • Policy - map out the data processing activities in your organization and automatically generate Privacy Policies in multiple languages. Policies can be distributed through our Content Delivery Network (CDN).

We take care of a lot of the heavy lifting to help you comply with regulations, including the GDPR.

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