Chinese banner update

  • posted on October 7, 2021

Compliance with privacy laws means always staying on top of changes at the legislative level. Recently, China enacted its privacy law, the Personal Information Protection Law of the People's Republic of China (PIPL). It comes into effect Nov. 1, 2021. It contains stricter provisions on data processing and relies mainly on end-user notice and consent. Penalties for violating the law include fines for nearly 50 million RMB (Chinese currency) or 5% of an organization's annual revenue, based on the previous year's total. 

The law now mandates end users' explicit consent for a website to collect personal information. Personal information, as defined under the Chinese law, is any information that relates to an “identified or identifiable natural person."

So here at Osano, we changed the default banner to help customers comply with the new rules. Now, users accessing Osano from China will see a banner that requires them to explicitly consent to the use of cookies for tracking, analytics, personalization or marketing.

This change requires a "re-publish." 

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