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Offboarding Privacy Manager

Are you migrating to another CMP provider? You might want to make sure all vendor configurations and logs are exported correctly before removing the wrapper tag. You can do this in two ways; in LiveRamp Console or directly in the domain.

Before finalizing your migration, we highly recommend also downloading an audit trail query for all your domains for at least the past 12 months. This is to ensure that you still have to access your users' historical consent data for GDPR compliance.

Extract Vendor Data From LiveRamp Console

  1. In Console, go to Privacy Manager > GDPR.

  2. Select a configuration of which you want to export the data from.

  3. Select the "Admin" tab.

  4. Under Privacy Settings Link, click Advanced.

  5. In the Filtered vendor list, click Copy To Clipboard and paste it in a new tab. This will download the JSON file: vendor-list-filtered.json, containing all the details about your vendors or third parties configuration.

Extract Vendor Data From The Domain

  1. Go to the domain where the Privacy Manager wrapper tag is implemented.

  2. Navigate to your browser’s console panel. To do this, right-click on the page, click Inspect, and select the "Console" tab.

  3. Enter the following command in the input field:

    const vendors = JSON.parse(window.localStorage.gdprVendorList)['en-8']['data']['vendors']
    for(const property in vendors) {console.log(`
         vendor name: ${vendors[property].name}    
         id: ${vendors[property].id}
         purposes: ${vendors[property].purposes}
         legitimate interests: ${vendors[property].legIntPurposes}
         flexiblePurposes: ${vendors[property].flexiblePurposes}
         specialPurposes: ${vendors[property].specialPurposes}
         features: ${vendors[property].features}
         specialFeatures: ${vendors[property].specialFeatures}
         policyUrl: ${vendors[property].policyUrl}`);}

    This will list all vendors and their data.

Export Your Browser’s Console Logs (Chrome)

You can also export your browser’s Console log output. To do this:

  1. Navigate to your browser’s console. For Chrome browsers you can do this via a shortcut 'Command+Option+J' (Mac) or 'Control+Shift+J' (Windows, Linux, ChromeOS).

  2. Click the settings icon below.

  3. Select the “Preferences” tab and scroll down to the Network section.

  4. Enable Preserve log.

  5. Reproduce the issue. You will see data being collected in the Console window.

  6. Right-click on any log statement in the console window, and click Save As… to save the log file to your computer.