Sourcepoint offers messaging capabilities for multiple regulatory frameworks for your AMP property. These messages are surfaced to your end-users in accordance with the campaigns (and scenarios) that you enable for the AMP property. In this article, we will cover how to implement CCPA on your AMP property.

  Note: This method of AMP implementation for CCPA is legacy. Sourcepoint recommends that your organization uses the AMP implementation for GDPR & CCPA combined and configure the code for the regulation(s) they need to follow.

  Note: Please be advised that the configuration of your AMP property (property, vendor list, messages, etc...) in the Sourcepoint portal needs to follow prescribed guidelines specific to AMP. In addition to this implementation article, please review our AMP configuration guidelines article


Implementation code snippet for AMP property

In this section, we will cover the various elements that you may find in the CCPA implementation code for your AMP property. The CCPA implementation code can be divided into three distinct sections:

CCPA AMP headers

The following scripts should be copied into the header of the AMP property without modification:

<!-- required for the amp-consent component -->
<script async="" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-consent-0.1.js"></script>
<!-- required to sync auth_id with publishers domain and Google.com domain -->
<script async="" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-analytics-0.1.js"></script>

<amp-analytics> component

The following code should be inserted near the top of the body of the AMP property without modification. This component allows an end-user’s consent selections to persist across AMP pages hosted on a google domain and your organization's domain.

<amp-analytics type="googleanalytics">
   <script type=application/json>
      {
         "linkers": {
            "authId": {
               "ids": {
                  "_a": "CLIENT_ID(AMP-CONSENT)"
               },
               "enabled": true,
               "proxyOnly": false
            }
         },
         "cookies": {
            "enabled": true,
            "authId": {
               "value": "LINKER_PARAM(authId, _a)"
            }
         }
      }
   </script>
</amp-analytics>

<amp-consent> component

The amp-consent component is where you will include the specific account and property details for your organization. Within the component you will need to update certain placeholders with the correct values.

<amp-consent id="consent" layout="nodisplay">
   <script type="application/json">
      {
         "checkConsentHref": "https://{CNAME DOMAIN}/wrapper/ccpa/amp-v2?authId=CLIENT_ID",
         "consentRequired": "remote",
         "consentInstanceId": "sourcepoint",
         "postPromptUI": "consent-ui",
         "promptUISrc": "https://{CNAME DOMAIN}/amp/unified/index.html?authId=CLIENT_ID&source_url=SOURCE_URL",
         "cookies": {
            "enabled": true,
            "AMP-CONSENT": {    "value": "LINKER_PARAM(authId, _a)" }
         },
         "clientConfig": {
            "accountId": {__SP_ACCOUNT_ID__},
            "propertyHref": {__SP_SITE_HREF__},
            "stageCampaign": false,
            "isCCPA": true,
            "privacyManagerId": {__SP_PRIVACY_MANAGER_ID__},
         }
      }
   </script>
</amp-consent>
Parameter Description
consentInstanceId

Parameter tells the <amp-consent> component to use Sourcepoint code. This parameter should always be set to sourcepoint.

consentRequired

Parameter tells the <amp-consent> component to use code from a remote source. This parameter should always be set to remoteunless restricting consent collection to regions using <amp-geo> component.

checkConsent
Href
URL that will check the end-user's consent. The path for this URL will leverage the CNAME record.

The format of the URL path is https://{CNAME DOMAIN}/wrapper/tcfv2/v1/amp-v2?authId=CLIENT_ID where {CNAME DOMAIN} would be replaced by the CNAME domain record created.
promptUISrc URL that will return the post prompt user interface where end-user's can change their consent.

The path should always be set to https://{CNAME DOMAIN}/amp/unified/index.html?authId=CLIENT_ID&source_url=SOURCE_URL where {CNAME DOMAIN} would be replaced by the CNAME domain record previously created.
postPromptUI

The page element that should be displayed to end-users to provide them with the ability to change their consent after they initially consent. Click here for more information.

cookies

Required to store and persist consent across pages. This object should always be defined exactly as in the example without modification.

accountId Replace the {__SP_ACCOUNT_ID__} placeholder with your Sourcepoint account ID.
siteHref Property created in the Sourcepoint portal that contains the message, scenario, partition and campaign.

Replace the {__SP_SITE_HREF__} placeholder with the property name, preceded by the https:// protocol. For example, a property defined as amp.property.tcfv2 in the UI should have a propertyHref parameter of https://amp.property.tcfv2.
isCCPA

Parameter tells the <amp-consent> component that the implementation is set to CCPA regulations.

stageCampaign

A parameter that accepts a boolean value. When set to true, the implementation will display a CCPA messaging campaign configured for the stage environment.

privacy
ManagerId
Replace the {__SP_PRIVACY_MANAGER_ID__} placeholder with the the privacy manager ID, found in the Sourcepoint analytics dashboard and the privacy manager builder for your campaign.

Implementation code example

The following is a code example using a property from a demo account and the default domain from Sourcepoint.

<!doctype html>
   <html amp lang="en">
   <head>
      <meta charset="utf-8">
      <title>Simple AMP implementation CCPA</title>
      <script async src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0.js"></script>
      <!-- required for the amp-consent component -->
      <script async custom-element="amp-consent" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-consent-0.1.js"></script>
      <!-- required to sync auth_id with publishers domain and Google.com domain -->
      <script async custom-element="amp-analytics" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-analytics-0.1.js"></script>
   </head>
   <body>
      <h1>Simple AMP code example - CCPA</h1>
      <amp-analytics type="googleanalytics">
         <script type=application/json>
            {
               "linkers": {
                  "authId": {
                     "ids": {
                        "_a": "CLIENT_ID(AMP-CONSENT)"
                     },
                     "enabled": true,
                     "proxyOnly": false
                  }
               },
               "cookies": {
                  "enabled": true,
                  "authId": {
                     "value": "LINKER_PARAM(authId, _a)"
                  }
               }
            }
         </script>
      </amp-analytics>
      <amp-consent id="consent" layout="nodisplay">
         <script type="application/json">
            {
               "checkConsentHref": "https://cdn.privacy-mgmt.com/wrapper/ccpa/amp-v2?authId=CLIENT_ID",
               "consentRequired": "remote",
               "consentInstanceId": "sourcepoint",
               "postPromptUI": "consent-ui",
               "promptUISrc": "https://cdn.privacy-mgmt.com/amp/unified/index.html?authId=CLIENT_ID&source_url=SOURCE_URL",     
               "clientConfig": {
                  "accountId": 1732,
                  "propertyHref": "https://amp.newscriptdemo.com",                 
                  "stageCampaign": false,
                  "isCCPA": true,
                  "privacyManagerId": 548950
               }
            }
         </script>
      </amp-consent>
      <div id="consent-ui">
         <button on="tap:consent.prompt(consent=SourcePoint)">Do Not Sell My Info</button>
      </div>
   </body>
</html>
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