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The statuspage is using recaptcha to mitigate bot abuse: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Statuspage-articles/Abuse-mitigation-for-Statuspage-email-SMS-and-webhook/ba-p/1234356
We are seeing the recaptcha cookie on the statuspage but natively I don't see any "choice and consent" being requested to the end user when going to the statuspage.
It seems to me that recaptcha is not GDPR compliant "out of the box", from multiple articles, see this top google search example:
Out of the box, no. Google’s Recaptcha tool deployed solely on a website without adequate notices and consent mechanisms would breach GDPR.
Has anybody already looked in this "issue/topic"?
Thanks for reaching out to Statuspage support. From my understanding, our RECAPTCHA is a required cookie so there does not need to be a consent/opt-in notification. This was reviewed by our product and legal teams.
If you do however have any more specific questions, feel free to submit a ticket via support.atlassian.com!
- Abraham, Statuspage Support
Hi Abraham, thanks for your reply!
Yeah I guess the fact that it's a "required" cookie doesn't give me "proof" that it does not track my data, thus making it eventually fall under the GDPR/CCPA legislation (back to the quote I've added in my initial post).
I'll submit a specific request then, thanks!