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Does anyone have experience integrating OneTrust Cookie Consent Management Tools with Adobe Launch?

thekemster
Level 1
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We are using Launch to manage the codes that sets the cookies but not to ingest the One trust script as this is directly implemented on the site.

I have categorised both the AMCV, AMCVS cookies as strictly necessary in the Onetrust setup so these cookies gets dropped as soon as the cookie banner pops up but I noticed that additional cookies are getting dropped e.g. the demdex cookies from the ecid. question is do I need to categorise this as strictly necessary or is there a way to block this until consent is given? I am using the ecid extension in Launch.

I also have a few plugins that helps support the Adobe implementation and I also see these cookies e.g. s_visit, s_visitnum being dropped, question is how to I block these plugin cookies until consent is given?

 

I am using the Onetrust Launch extension as a blocking mechanism.

 

Thanks in advance to whomever can help.

1 Accepted Solution
PratheepArunRaj
Correct answer by
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Dear thekemster,

'demdex' cookies are used for Cross-Domain Tracking because ACMV and ACMVs are First Party Cookies where cross-domain tracking cannot be done. If your company has only one domain and cross-domain tracking is not needed, you can ignore/block the cookies. 

But, can we block the cookie until consent is given using Onetrust Launch Extension? I installed and verified, but I don't see that function in the Launch Extension. I hope someone who is using Onetrust Launch Extension to an extent can help here!

Thank You, Arun.

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PratheepArunRaj
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Moderator

Dear thekemster,

'demdex' cookies are used for Cross-Domain Tracking because ACMV and ACMVs are First Party Cookies where cross-domain tracking cannot be done. If your company has only one domain and cross-domain tracking is not needed, you can ignore/block the cookies. 

But, can we block the cookie until consent is given using Onetrust Launch Extension? I installed and verified, but I don't see that function in the Launch Extension. I hope someone who is using Onetrust Launch Extension to an extent can help here!

Thank You, Arun.

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
Level 10
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