The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was implemented in May 2018 and applies to all websites that collect data on EU residents. Non-compliance with GDPR can result in unnecessary monetary penalties. To comply with GDPR, you must give users the possibility to consent to having their data passed on to third parties (such as web analysis tools) via tracking scripts. Most webmasters have a user consent bar on their websites for this purpose.

This report shows you all tracking scripts that we can detect on your website, including those that have been added via tag management systems. These scripts should be included on your user consent bar. The list under “Publisher” (host) shows the third party hostnames you need to list on your consent bar, and the report below shows the individual scripts to give you more detail.

Learn more in this article.

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