Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service Sites is ready to help customers with their data privacy and protection compliance obligations. This page guides customers through the procedures to handle such requests in AEM Sites. It describes the location of private data stored, and how to remove them manually or with code.
For further information see the Adobe Privacy Center.
See Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service Readiness for Data Protection and Data Privacy Regulations for further details.
AEM Author Tier
User accounts and UGC content on the author server are covered in the AEM Foundation documentation.
AEM Publish Tier
User accounts used to authenticate visitors on the site, and UGC content on the publish server are covered in the AEM Foundation documentation.
By default AEM Sites components do not store form-data entered by visitors on the publish server. It is recommended to forward the data to a third party system, or Adobe Campaign for further processing.
Adobe Experience Manager is subject to a cookie opt-out service that is used for managing the opt-in/opt-out for users.
Adobe Privacy Center - Opt-out
Scroll down to Services - Experience Cloud service usage data.
Select the referenced link; currently titled here.
You will be presented with the following details, together with the options to opt out or in:
To opt-out of aggregation and analysis of data about your visit to this site, it is necessary to install a cookie on your browser. This cookie identifies that you have opted-out.
If you delete the opt-out cookie, or if you change computers or Web browsers, you will need to opt-out again.
Opt-out - Exclude me from visitor session aggregation and analysis (install the amcglobal.sc.omtrdc.net opt-out cookie) - Click Here.
Opt-in - Include me in visitor session aggregation and analysis (do not install the amcglobal.sc.omtrdc.net opt-out cookie) - Click Here.