Block list

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When the block list switch is turned on [enabled], scripts/cookies from vendors on the list will be blocked for users accessing your site from particular locations. These rules will vary based on legislation. All other rules and classifications will execute as expected and configured in these locations. If users are accessing from locations outside of those listed in the block list, they will receive the standard GDPR functionality. 

How to enable the Block list

 

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When the block list switch is turned off [disabled] scripts/cookies from vendors on the list will continue to be blocked/unblocked based on your tag categorization and how individual web visitor's consent. Osano will respect existing rules and classification settings.

 

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What's on the Block list?

The block list is curated and maintained by Osano. The following contains the scripts/cookies that exist on this list and the locations (IP addresses) in which they are blocked.  

 

Script/Cookie

Locations blocked

[Script]

https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js

https://google-analytics.com/ga.js

https://ssl.google-analytics.com/ga.js

France, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Sweden

[Script]

https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js

France, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Sweden

[Cookie]

Google Analytics-specific cookies

FPLC
_ga
_gac_
_gid
_gat
__utm

FPID
_ga_
_dc_gtm_
_gaexp
_gaexp_rc
_opt_aw[cmgk]id
_opt_utmc
AMP_TOKEN
GA_OPT_OUT

France, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Sweden

 

All scripts/cookies that are not present on this list will function as expected based on your existing rule set. 

The block list only affects the listed locations. Any users accessing from an IP address outside of those locations will receive the default experience based on your existing rule set.