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Merchant's obligations

Procedures to provide means of fulfilling the Merchant's obligations

How can the end-consumer find the _findify_uniq and the _findify_visit cookies values?

The end-consumer must open the Inspector in their browser by clicking right on a page and select "Inspect". Go to the tab Console.

If the ecommerce store is using the old version of the MJS (prior to 14th May 2018), the end-consumer must copy/paste this Javascript snippet:

If the ecommerce store runs on the new version of the MJS (after the 14th May 2018 or if a migration has been done), the end-consumer must copy/paste this Javascript snippet:

window.findifyCallbacks.push(function(findify) {
  alert("_findify_uniq = " + findify.analytics.user.uid + " \n_findify_visit = " + findify.analytics.user.sid);
})

Right of access / data portability

Send an email to privacy@findify.io with the following details:
Subject: Personal Information Access Request
Content:
Store URL = mystore.com
_findify_uniq = XXXXX
_findify_visit = YYYYY

These two values can be found in the end-consumer browser’s local storage.

Email with the information needed

Email with the information needed

Right to be forgotten

Send an email to privacy@findify.io with the following details:
Subject: Personal Information Removal Request
Content:
Store URL = mystore.com
_findify_uniq = XXXXX
_findify_visit = YYYYY

These two values can be found in the end-consumer browser’s local storage.

Email with the information needed

Email with the information needed

Right to restrict processing

To disable the Findify tracking, this Javascript snippet can be enabled on the ecommerce store by the end-consumer (by clicking "No" on the consent banner for instance):

function findifyDisableTracking() {
   var date = new Date();
   date.setTime(date.getTime() + (365*24*60*60*1000));
   var expires = "; expires=" + date.toUTCString();
   document.cookie =  "findify_optout=1" + expires + "; path=/";
}
findifyDisableTracking();

It sets a cookie called "findify_optout" to the value "1", preventing the analytics JS to send the personal data of the end-consumer.