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Privacy in Real-time CDP

Real-time Customer Data Platform (Real-time CDP) helps marketers bring data from multiple enterprise systems together, allowing them to better identify, understand, and engage their customers. Adobe holds consumer data privacy as a fundamental design principle and provides various controls to help marketers manage the data privacy of their customers.
The majority of Real-time CDP capabilities are powered by Adobe Experience Platform. This document provides information about the various privacy enhancement technologies supported by Real-time CDP, with links to Experience Platform documentation for more information.

Honoring customer access and delete requests

Legal privacy regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) give customers the right to request access to, or the deletion of, the personal data you collect from them. Since Real-time CDP leverages Experience Platform capabilities for data collection and storage, customer requests to access and delete their personal data should be managed within Platform. See the overview on Adobe Experience Platform Privacy Service for more information.

Opt-out capabilities

Real-time CDP allows customers to opt out of having their personal data included in segmentation use cases. Customers' opt-out preferences are captured and stored by Real-time Customer Profile, and can be enforced by excluding users who have opted out from a segment using boolean logic ("AND NOT") in the segment predicate.
See the document on honoring opt-out requests in the Adobe Experience Platform Segmentation Service documentation for more information.

IAB TCF 2.0 support

Real-time CDP is part of the registered vendor list for the Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF), as outlined by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). In compliance with TCF 2.0 requirements, Real-time CDP allows you to collect detailed customer consent data and integrate it into your stored customer profiles. This consent data can then be factored into whether certain profiles are included in exported audience segments, depending on their use case.
See the overview on IAB TCF 2.0 support in Real-time CDP for more information.

Next steps

This document provided a brief introduction to the privacy capabilities of Real-time CDP. Please review the documentation linked to throughout this guide for more information on each feature.