The word “security” has been removed from the checkout’s marketing consent form
We received a report about agreeing to receive security updates as stipulated by our marketing consent form.
The form asks the user if they would like to receive security updates along with feature updates, educational content, and occasional offers. However, this means that we are not giving users a choice but to consent to receive security updates along with others.
We collect consent on behalf of our partners, but we can’t predict what will be included in the emails they send to their users. Therefore, the reason for including security updates on the form was to cover general permissions for the most common email types
Last week, we removed the word “security” from the checkout’s marketing consent form. Please see the updated copy below.