Do Not Track disclosure (new California law) support?
Let me elaborate. The law only states that one must publicly post how the website responds to the DNT header (yes we do something with DNT, or no, we don't). If you say that you will acknowledge and accept the DNT header, then you must state how your site functions differently when someone has DNT turned on (no remarketing pixels, no analytics, etc). It goes without saying that if you say your site will behave differently, it better damn well do it, or you could face FTC fines. Much easier is to just say no, we do not adjust the content of our site if you have DNT turned on. This is where iubenda could come in -- boilerplate language.