In accordance with article 17 of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you can notify Adjust when a user has exercised their right to be forgotten (RTBF). Call the
gdprForgetMe method to have the Adjust SDK communicate the user's RTBF request to the Adjust backend:
When the Adjust backend receives this information, Adjust will erase the user's data. The Adjust SDK will also stop tracking the user and will not send requests from the device in future.
You can use the Adjust SDK to record when a user changes their third-party sharing settings.
Some users may want to opt-out of sharing their data with third-parties. To communicate this to Adjust, call the
trackThirdPartySharing method with a
When the backend gets this information it will stop sharing the user's data with third-parties. The Adjust SDK will continue to work as expected.
If a user enables or re-enables sharing with third-parties, you need to relay this to the backend. Call the
trackThirdPartySharing method with a
true value to do this.
When the backend gets this information it will update the user's settings. The Adjust SDK will continue to work as expected.
You can attach granular information when a user updates their third-party sharing preferences. You can use this information to communicate more detail about a user's decision.
You can give users the option to customize their third-party sharing settings on a per-partner basis. There are three levels of user consent: Yes, Analytics, and No. See Partner-specific settings for more information.
To communicate the user’s consent level to Adjust, call the
addPartnerSharingSetting method. Pass the following arguments:
Facebook provides a feature called Limited Data Use (LDU) to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This feature enables you to notify Facebook when a California-based user is opted out of the sale of data. You can also use it if you want to opt all users out by default.
You can update the Facebook LDU status by passing arguments to the
0 value in either the
data_processing_options_state field, the Adjust SDK will pass both fields back as
Added in v4.25.0.
To comply with the EU's Digital Markets Act (DMA), Google Ads and the Google Marketing Platform require explicit consent to receive Adjust’s attribution requests to their APIs. To communicate this consent, you need to add the following granular options to your Adjust third party sharing object for the partner
Passing these options is required if you use Google Ads or Google Marketing Platform and have users located in the European Economic Area (EEA).
You can disable third-party sharing at the SDK level. This means that Adjust will not share any user information with third-parties. To do this, call the
The data residency feature allows you to choose the country in which Adjust will store your data. This is useful if you are operating in a country with strict privacy requirements. When you set up data residency, Adjust will store your data in a data center located in the region your have chosen.
To set your country of data residency, set the
urlStrategy of your
ADJConfig instance. For example, you can call the following to set your data residency region to the EU:
If you are using Data Privacy settings in your Adjust dashboard, you need to set up the Adjust SDK to work with them. This includes settings such as consent expiry period and user data retention period. To toggle this feature, call the
trackMeasurementConsent method. When enabled, the SDK will communicate the data privacy settings to the backend.
The Adjust backend will then apply your data privacy rules to the user. The Adjust SDK will continue to work as expected.