Multi multi-regations approach is not yet compatible with the Didomi Consents API. As a result, the Cross-Device and Batch Export features can be used FOR GDPR CONSENTS ONLY.
With the release of the new console, Didomi is now supporting a multi-regulation approach for notices. This means that a single notice can be configured for several different regulations in parallel, and users will have a specific notice display depending on the regulation based on their IP address.
In this article, you'll find some clarifications about how the multi-regulation works concretely.
❔How do I configure a multi-regulation notice?
Here are the steps you need to particularly check if you want to configure a multi-regulation notice:
In general, pay attention to the regulation dropdown in the console. Wherever you see it, it means that you can customize parameters per regulation. You will need to fill in the parameters for each regulation in the dropdown.
- When you create a notice, after selecting the environment and the framework, you are directed to the very first configuration step called 1. Regulations.
- In the first tab Regulations, you can select as many regulations as you want.
- For each regulation selected, you need to configure Vendors & purposes by clicking on Edit Vendors & purposed button and selecting the vendors you want for each regulation. You can use the same vendor for several different regulations if you wish.
- Then in the Country/region tab, you can decide which regulation applies in which country/region.
- In the second step 2. Customization, you will be able to define specific parameters per regulation in Look & Feel Content Editor & Integrations tabs.
Check out our global documentation about how to create a notice for more details about each configuration step.
❔Will I be able to customize my notice per country inside GDPR (or inside any other multi-country regulation) ?
The customization applies to all countries covered by a specific regulation. There is no possibility to apply customization at the country level yet. However, we support two local exceptions for GDPR, France, and Italy, for which you can customize a few specific parameters that will override GDPR global parameters for users in these countries.
✅ Use case examples
I want a notice that behaves differently for users in GDPR countries than for users in California.
Supported: For a notice supporting GDPR and CPRA, you will specify a behavior for GDPR and another behavior for CPRA. All users in GDPR countries will see the GDPR notice, while users in California will see the CPRA notice.
I want a GDPR notice that behaves differently for German users than for Spanish users.
Not supported: It is not possible to define different behaviors for users in different countries covered by the same regulation, except for France and Italy's local exceptions under GDPR (see third example).
I want a GDPR notice that behaves differently for French users than for other GDPR users.
Supported: A few parameters specific to France's local regulation can be applied and will override global GDPR parameters. Users in France will see the France notice while users in all other GDPR countries will see the GDPR notice.
I want a GDPR notice that behaves differently for Italian users than for other GDPR users.Supported: A few parameters specific to Italian local regulation can be applied, and will override global GDPR parameters. Users in Italy will see the France notice while users in all other GDPR countries will see the GDPR notice.