You can set up the Geolocation Settings that determine the consent model, behaviors, and content that will be shown to store visitors from certain locations. This is done by our own geolocation detection service that returns the general location of the user (approximately at the city level). The location is not stored and is only used to determine the applicable Geolocation Setting.

The available options are:

  1. Global Access: Without selecting a location from the list the banner will be visible to all users regardless of their location.

  2. GDPR: The banner will be visible to visitors from European Union countries (we also support EEA & UK).

  3. CCPA: The banner will be visible to visitors from the state of California (USA).

  4. LGPD: The banner will be visible to visitors from Brazil.

  5. PIPEDA: The banner will be visible to visitors from Canada.

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