Network GDPR Complience
|Ad Network||GDPR Compatibility|
Admost provides you two methods for GDPR compatibility:
If you can determine whether the user is located in European Union or not, you can use optional
setSubjectToGDPR() method to set user's subject to GDPR flag. If you do not use this method, SubjectToGDPR status remains as unknown. In this case, Admost SDK will try to determine whether the user is in EU or not which is totally under the responsibility of you. If the user is in EU, networks are not allowed to show personalized ads. If the user is not located in EU, the ad networks are allowed to show personalized ads.
On condition that you want to obtain neither user's SubjectToGDPR status nor any negative legal consequences, SubjectToGDPR must set
setSubjectToGDPR(true) for each user. In this case, Admost considers all users as subject to GDPR and if the consent is not allowed, Admost blocks ad networks to collect data from users. Which may cause a decrease in overall revenue performance apart from Admost.
If you obtain user's consent and set
setUserConsent(true), personalized ads would be shown to the users. Otherwise, you set
setUserConsent(false) which would block the personalized ads, unless the user is not subject to GDPR.
If you do not use
setUserConsent(), user consent status remains unknown. In this case, if you provide
setSubjectToGDPR(true), the ad networks do not have the ability to serve personalized ads. If you provide
setSubjectToGDPR(false), the ad networks have the ability to serve personalized ads.
If you do not provide both
setSubjectToGDPR(), Admost decides whether the user is located in EU or not which is totally under the responsibility of you.
If you want to obtain neither the user's consent nor any negative legal consequences, you must set
setUserConsent(false) for every user. In this case, Admost considers the user has no consent, the ad networks are not allowed to serve personalized ads, except only you do not provide