Sortable-Hosted CMP

Custom Publisher Purposes

A publisher can add custom data processing purposes for the user to accept before visiting the site. These pages contain information for configuring custom purposes and examples.

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Sortable-Hosted CMP
Sortable hosts a version of AppNexus' open-sourced Consent Management Platform (CMP). When a user in the European Economic Area (EEA) visits your site, they will be prompted to consent to third parties collecting and processing data. If the...
Sortable-Hosted CMP and Google
This page describes how the Sortable-hosted CMP interacts with Google consent in order to deliver personalized or non-personalized ads. The Sortable-hosted CMP shows a custom publisher purpose (with ID 1 and titled Google  Personalisation ...
Sortable-Hosted CMP – Integration guide
This page describes how to integrate Sortable's Hosted CMP on a site. 1. Set up Google Demand Note : This step only applies to Sortable Select (formerly Enterprise) customers (e.g. customers who integrated Sortable using their own Goo...
Sortable-Hosted CMP – FAQ
Here are the most frequently asked questions about the Sortable-Hosted Consent Management Platform (CMP). Where does it run? The CMP only asks for consent from users located in the EEA . At this time, it is not possible to change the set of users...
Benefits of using a CMP
In May 2018, the GDPR pushed the digital advertising industry to comply with stricter regulations around handling personal data and privacy for European Economic Area (EEA) citizens. All companies offering goods or services to EEA buyers, or peopl...