March 12, 2020
Prebid.org Support for TCF v2.0
The IAB’s Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF) version 2.0 for enhanced support of GDPR is scheduled to take effect April 1, 2020. This is a major update from TCF version 1.1.
The key changes are:
- More defined ‘purposes’.
- More flexibility for the legal bases used by vendors.
- IAB Europe’s TCF v2.0 Homepage
- TCF Policies
- TCF v2.0 Consent String Format
- Prebid Support for Enforcing TCF v2.0
Consult with your legal counsel before determining how to utilize Prebid features in support of your overall privacy approach.
The following is a summary of how various Prebid components will support TCF v2.0 and the estimated availability dates:
Support for TCF2 is broken into several phases:
|1||DONE - Support a ‘deviceAccess’ flag. Publishers can parse the TCF string on their own and configure Prebid.js appropriately.||Released with v3.12|
|2||DONE - Update the [GDPR ConsentManagement module(/dev-docs/modules/consentManagement.html) to read TCF v2.0 strings and forward to bid adapters.||Released with v3.12|
|3||DONE - Support a ‘default GDPR scope’ flag to allow control over scenarios where the CMP doesn’t respond in time.||Released with v3.13|
|4||DONE - Add a new ‘GDPR Enforcement Module’ to support parsing TCF v2.0 strings and enforcing Device Access.||Released with v3.14|
|5||Update the GDPR ConsentManagement module to support parsing TCF v2.0 strings and enforcing Purposes 2 and 4||Apr 30, 2020|
|1||DONE - Support parsing the TCF v2.0 string and enforcing Device Access.||PBS-Go v0.105.0, PBS-Java v1.32|
|2||Support parsing TCF v2.0 strings and enforcing Purposes 2, 4, 7 and Special Feature 1||Apr 30, 2020|
|1||DONE - Support the ‘deviceAccessConsent’ flag and passing TCF v2.0 strings to Prebid Server.||SDK v1.5|