Publishers now have the ability to forward CCPA data fetch requests and data deletion requests from users to Revcontent directly without having to ask the user to submit a separate form.

Implementing the following javascript snippet on your page with the placeholder replaced by valid values will submit a request to Revcontent and call the callback function:

var script = document.createElement('script');
script.onload = function () {
rev_ccpa_request(<REQUEST_ID>, <DELETE_DATA>, <USER_EMAIL>,
<PUBLISHER_ID>, <CALLBACK(bool, string)>);
}
script.src = 'https://www.revcontent.com/privacy/api_js';
document.body.appendChild(script);

PLACEHOLDERS:

  1. <REQUEST_ID> (String, Max 64 chars): unique identifier for the request. To be used for polling the request status and result.
  2. <DELETE_DATA> (Integer, 1 or 0): to indicate whether the user data is to be deleted. When set to "1", revcontent will initiate data deletion.
  3. <USER_EMAIL> (String): the user's email address for auditing purposes. Ensure a valid email address is used.
  4. <PUBLISHER_ID> (Integer): Publisher's account/user ID.
  5. <CALLBACK(bool, string)> (Function): callback function to be called when the request completes. The callback supports 2 parameters - the first parameter would be boolean to reflect if the request was successfully registered and the second parameter would be a string message returned.

NOTE:

  1. The request made to Revcontent can fail when invalid parameters are passed. Publishers must ensure the callback is called with true.
  2. Requests can take a couple of hours before the results are ready.
  3. Request results can be polled by utilizing the following API request: https://www.revcontent.com/docs/stats/#api-CCPA-PostUserData
  4. When a data deletion request is received, Revcontent is able to retain some data for auditing and legitimate use purposes. Any retained data is deleted within 90 days.

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