Global Privacy Platform provide consistent privacy and consent controls across all digital media channels.
Global Privacy Platform (GPP) is the IAB Tech Lab’s initiative, aimed at streamlining technical standards on privacy in a unified framework to ensure online advertising businesses’ adherence with privacy laws and regulations across the global marketplace.
GPP is aiming to consolidate domestic and global privacy signals for digital advertising.
GPP is built on the basis of the existing TCF 2.0 framework, also use discrete segments, supporting multiple privacy formats and signals (both existing & new ones), as a starting point.
The specification implies the development of somewhat a unified architecture for encoding and transferring signals on user consent and privacy choices (e.g. by vendor, by purpose, etc.), metadata on the context of these choices (timestamps, CMP & publisher info, etc.) and additional restrictions (i.e. jurisdictional, legal or else), if any, across the digital ad supply chain.
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Similar to the support for TCF, for GPP we will standardize storage locations and naming for the content of the GPP data and GPP string so that ad tags embedded in mobile apps can find the GPP data and string in a consistent way.
IAB Tech Lab released the first RFC of the Global Privacy Platform specification in March 2021.
IAB Tech Lab launched Global Privacy Platform is available for public comment for 60 days on June 1, 2022.
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