Termly’s consent management platform now fully supports the IAB TCF 2.2. You can set up TCF 2.2 controls directly from your Termly dashboard with a click of a button to align your marketing with EU privacy laws.
Termly makes it effortless to integrate the TCF 2.2 on your website.
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Activate TCF 2.2 on your consent banner with one click in your Termly dashboard.
Use our vendor scanner to create a list of vendors who advertise on your site.
Meet the TCF 2.2 requirements that Google is imposing on its Ad publishers in Jan 2024.
Your TCF banner will only show up in regions where it’s relevant — like the EU.
Our TCF 2.2 solution is created by our talented engineers, who are guided by our Head of Global Privacy and her team.
Edit your TCF-compatible banner colors, fonts, position, language, and more!
Your TCF-enabled consent banner will work on your website, blog, ecommerce store, Shopify, WordPress site, and more!
Simply copy and paste an HTML code snippet to your website, and your consent banner will appear.
Our dedicated support team is here to help you with any questions and concerns you may have. We also offer comprehensive support articles that tackle our users’ most common questions.
The TCF is an accountability tool, and websites can register as publishers officially under the TCF or may choose to use the resources voluntarily.
Using the TCF v2.2 involves implementing all of the following:
To further assist with GDPR compliance, TCF v2.2 requires a reporting mechanism to document your website visitors’ consent choices and all vendor interactions.
The IAB is an independent advertising organization based in New York whose mission is to create an industry standard for online marketing and advertising around the globe.
IAB Europe, the European branch of the IAB, develops frameworks and programs for the industry that help businesses work with the EU market while respecting privacy laws like the:
The group promotes integrity, transparency, and accountability so businesses can thrive in the EU market while adequately respecting the privacy rights of EU users.
We’ve written a comprehensive guide on IAB’s TCF 2.2.