Permutive and GDPR

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Permutive is engineered from the ground up to ensure privacy:

 

No third-party cookies
Permutive doesn't use its own cookie to track a user in a third-party context; instead, we use the publisher's cookie/local storage in a first-party context. This means Permutive doesn't automatically track users across sites unless third party tracking is enabled on your project.
Data is siloed
All data stored within Permutive is logically siloed meaning that analysis and processing cannot take place across publishers.
Consent & data rights
Permutive provides a simple API (Application Programming Interface) and code snippets to help you comply with consent and data rights.

Permutive helps customers adhere to a number of key rights laid out within GDP

 

Consent
Permutive enables you to disable user tracking with a simple JavaScript snippet which can be bound to a link.
Right of access
Permutive provides an API route for retrieving a user's data.
Right of erasure
Permutive enables you to delete a user with a simple JavaScript snippet which can be bound to a link.
Right to data portability
Permutive provides an API route for retrieving a user's data in an open-standard file format that uses human-readable test (JSON: JavaScript Object Notation).

If you have any questions, please contact customer support by emailing support@permutive.com or chat to the Customer Operations Team via the LiveChat icon in the bottom right corner of your screen. 

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