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Attribute release permission / user consent


Due to European law, we need to ask explicit permission to a users if
they agree that some attributes will be sent from us (IdP) to a third
party company (SP).

Does Access Manager have the ability to implement a consent page? (Like
e.g. php simpleSAML). This way a user has to give his or her explicit
permission during login to release some attributes. Offcourse with a '
remember my consent' checkbox 😉


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Re: Attribute release permission / user consent

mvdschoot wrote:

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> Due to European law, we need to ask explicit permission to a users if
> they agree that some attributes will be sent from us (IdP) to a third
> party company (SP).
>
> Does Access Manager have the ability to implement a consent page?
> (Like e.g. php simpleSAML). This way a user has to give his or her
> explicit permission during login to release some attributes.
> Offcourse with a ' remember my consent' checkbox 😉


I know if you do a persistent federation the user gets prompted. You
might be able to lean on that in order to get a permission page written
up. It would be something custom though. I don't believe you can do it
out of the box.

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Cheers,
Edward
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