Swift library to help you add GDPR functionality to your app
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ConsentKit

Note: This library only helps you collect consents for the services in your app, actually disabling those services is developer's job.

Screenshot

Usage

Define the services in your app

Note: Some generic services can be found in ConsentKitServices

enum Services: String, ConsentKitItem {

        case icloud = "iCloud"
        case analytics = "analytics"

        func title() -> String {
            switch self {
                case .icloud: return "iCloud"
                case .analytics: return "Google analytics"
            }
        }
        func description() -> String {
            switch self {
                case .icloud: return "Wether to accept iCloud or not"
                case .analytics: return "Google analytics"
            }
        }
        func alertMessage() -> String? {
            switch self {
                case .icloud: return nil
                case .analytics: return "I accept this app to store anonymous analytics in Google Analytics!"
            }
        }
}

Instantiate the lib, preferably once in the AppDelegate, but can be anywhere and as many times as you like.

let gdpr = ConsentKit()

Check if you have missing consents

If yes, add the default ConsentKitViewController to handle all the switches for you.

if gdpr.needsReviewing([Services.icloud, Services.analytics]) {

    let vc = ConsentKitViewController()
    vc.items = [Services.icloud, Services.analytics, ConsentKitServices.location]
    self.present(vc, animated: true)
}

Custom storage

By default ConsentKit keeps values in UserDefaults, but you can change that with the gdpr.dataSource property. Just assign or pass through constructor a class implementing the ConsentKitDataSource

let gdpr = ConsentKit(dataSource: InMemoryDataSource())// InMemoryDataSource implements ConsentKitDataSource

protocol ConsentKitDataSource {
    func isAccepted (_ item: ConsentKitItem) -> Bool
    func isReviewed (_ item: ConsentKitItem) -> Bool
    func setAccepted (_ value: Bool, for item: ConsentKitItem)
    func reset (_ item: ConsentKitItem)// Optional
}

Contribution

Help me create a complete list of services that the developers can use. Thanks.