Rules generated by Events have been removed from the Enforcement Rules drop-down menu for Integrations and Exemptions in Tealium iQ Consent Integrations.
Fixed a minor issue with the Template Status checker where it expected OneTrust Consent Integration version 2.0.3 instead of the current version 2.0.1.
The default OneTrust purpose group has been updated so that Tealium iQ is not assigned initially. Previously it was set to Strictly Necessary by default.
The utcm_framework framework template for Consent integrations has been updated to version 1.0.5. This fixed an issue where events under certain timing conditions were not included in the implicit event queue window.tealiumCmpIntegration.implicitEventQueue for reprocessing after explicit consent.
Enable Enforcement Rules editing
You can now edit Enforcement Rules from the Consent Integrations tab, excluding the All Page and Events rules.
Fixed an issue where newly created Purpose Groups are incorrectly assigned to edited Integrations.
Consent Integrations Launch
Tealium is excited to introduce Tealium iQ Consent Integrations, a new consent enforcement framework to enforce end-user consent decisions captured by non-Tealium consent management platforms (CMPs).
Consent Integrations offers the following capabilities:
A flexible consent enforcement framework to ensure consent preferences are managed properly.
Each consent integration provides the option for both opt-in (GDPR-style) and opt-out (CCPA-style) enforcement patterns, ensuring compliance with critical data privacy regulations.
Integrations are available for Didomi, OneTrust, and Usercentrics, with an integration that respects any opt-out cookie or the Global Privacy Control (GPC) signal.
Supports custom integration development with other CMPs.