public static class Consent
Class that represents the consent status.
public static bool /CanCollectPersonalInfo /+5.0.0
- Description: Whether or not this app is allowed to collect personally identifiable information (PII) from the user.
public static Consent.Status /CurrentConsentStatus /+5.0.0
- Description: The user’s current consent state for the app to collect personally identifiable information (PII). Refer to
MoPub.Consent.Statusfor the values and their meanings.
public static bool /ShouldShowConsentDialog /+5.0.0
- Description: Checks to see if a publisher should load and then show a consent dialog.
public static bool /IsConsentDialogReady /+5.4.0
- Description: Flag indicating whether the MoPub consent dialog is currently loaded and showable.
public static bool? /IsGdprApplicable /+5.0.0
- Description: Flag indicating whether data collection is subject to GDPR. Returns
trueif subject to GDPR;
falseif it is not, and null if unknown (that is, from startup until server responds during SDK initialization).
public static string /ConsentLanguageCode /+5.0.0
- Description: Used to select an ISO language code (e.g.,
en-US) if you wish the
CurrentConsentPrivacyPolicyUrlproperties to point to a web resource that is localized to a specific language.
public static Status /FromString(string status) /+5.0.0
Description: Helper String to convert Android SDK consent status Strings to our
Consentenum. Also handles integer values.
public static void /LoadConsentDialog() /+5.0.0
Description: Sends off an asynchronous network request to load the MoPub consent dialog. The two possible resulting events are the
public static void /ShowConsentDialog() /+5.0.0
Description: If the MoPub consent dialog is loaded, this will take over the screen and show it.
public static void /ForceGdprApplicable() /+5.1.0
Description: Forces the SDK to treat this app as being in a GDPR region. Setting this permanently forces GDPR rules for this user unless this app is uninstalled or the data for this app is cleared.
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Last updated March 30, 2021
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