Keep privacy compliance simple
Leading agencies choose the Springtime Consent Management Platform to protect their clients, provide expertise in data privacy, and enhance overall user experience.
The Springtime Consent Management Platform app will display a banner on your client's website. The interface prompts the End Users to consent to cookie preferences. The Springtime Consent Management Platform app provides banner customization tools to help determine the End Users’ experience of the banner as well as manage cookies. The Springtime Consent Management Platform also provides consent analytics that can be presented to a regulatory body in the case of a regulatory inquiry.
|Plan||Price Per Domain|
|Springtime Consent Management Platform||$9.99/mo|
Features for Agencies
Everything you need to run an agency-scale data privacy program.
Scan automation. Periodically scans, auto-detects and categorizes cookies for easy administration.
Scan history. Maintains reliable records for compliance requests.
Robust cookie tracking & editing. Creates, reads, updates, and deletes cookie names, vendors, duration, and descriptions.
Profiles. Stores custom consent website configurations.
Automatic & manual categorization. Determines many cookie categories automatically and permits descriptions to be manually defined.
Integration. Allows for automatic installation.
No-code configuration. Simple interface allows for customizing site banners.
Full customization. Default banners match a site’s general style and permits customization.
Native design support. Banners may be configured to inherit CSS styling native to the site.
Track user consent. All elections are stored in the app’s database for 7 years.
Record-keeping database. Logs enable you to produce a site visitor’s records on-demand.
Features for end users
Give site visitors the control they need to manage cookie consent.
Cookie blocking. Cookies are restricted until explicit consent is provided.
Multi-language support. Reliable banner translation supporting multiple languages.
Auto-accept categories. Users determine acceptable cookie categories.
Auto-blocker. Restricts third party cookies.
One-click opt out. Opt out of all cookies with a single click (excluding necessary cookies essential for site functionality).
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files used to save browsing information, allowing websites to remember your device, browser preferences, and associated online activity. Common uses include, but are not limited to:
Remember login credentials.
Track user activity.
Simplify online shopping checkout.
What is a cookie banner?
Usually displayed upon a user’s initial visit to a website, a cookie banner notifies users and provides the necessary privacy controls required to comply with an ever growing body of privacy rules and regulations.
A typical cookie banner:
Requests user permission to store cookies on user devices.
Informs users about the different cookies in use by website owner.
Informs users about consumer rights regarding cookies.
What is a Consent Management Platform and why do I need it?
With an ever growing body of state and international laws governing data privacy & protection, a Consent Management Platform (CMP) is a software solution that helps you collect and manage personal preferences and consents set by your clients’ customers.
Do all websites need cookie consent?
All sites can benefit from providing users options to manage their digital privacy. Whether or not a website (controller) must include these options for web visitors is dependent on a number of factors including jurisdiction.
What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, which is a European Union (EU) law that was passed in 2016 and went into effect in 2018. Designed to protect the privacy and data security of all EU citizens, GDPR is a set of standards and requirements that help ensure an individual’s right to request organizations to delete their personal data. The law governs the way in which businesses can collect, process, and store personally identifiable information.
What is CCPA? CPRA?
On the heels of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations going into effect in the European Union (EU) in 2018, the State of California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) later that same year. As the first set of comprehensive data privacy regulations in the United States, CCPA set the stage for a new era of digital privacy governance and regulation, blazing a trail for other states to follow. Having gone into effect in 2020, CCPA was further expanded through another ballot measure, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Often referred to as CCPA 2.0, CPRA stands to strengthen consumer privacy rights, while holding businesses accountable for their handling of sensitive and personal information (PI).
What user rights are protected by typical data privacy laws?
The foundational and landmark CCPA law secures privacy rights for California consumers, including the right to:
Know about the personal information (PI) collected and how it is used and shared.
Delete PI collected from them (with exceptions).
Opt-out of selling and sharing of their PI.
Non-discrimination for exercising their rights under the law.
As a fast follow, CPRA further expanded the reach of CCPA in four key ways:
Establishing the necessary enforcement agency.
Codifying consumers’ rights.
Clearly defining who must comply.
To learn more about Springtime Consent Management Platform please visit: help.itsspringtime.com/hc/en-us.