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Navigating the "Laws" Page on your Domain: Understanding Compliance and Visitor Statistics

Learn to navigate the "Laws" page on your domain and understand the importance of enabling localized compliance based on user consents already provided
Dan Storbaek
Updated 4 months ago

Understanding and tracking your website visitor statistics is crucial for any online business. It not only helps you gauge the effectiveness of your marketing campaigns but also enables you to improve your strategies. One noteworthy aspect of having international visitors is the need to comply with each country's data protection laws. This is where the 'Laws' page on your domain fits in. It provides a clear snapshot of visitors from different countries, helping you know which localized compliances to enable based on the consents provided. 

This article will take you through each item on the 'Laws' page, helping you understand their role and importance in your online business operations.

To begin with, ensure you are logged into your account. From your dashboard, select the 'Domains' option to view and click the domain of your choice. From here, navigate to the 'Laws' section. 

All along this section, you'll find several items each denoting specific details on your domain's compliance health:


This represents the number of visitors from the European Union. These data metrics are critical as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) governs data protection and privacy in the EU and the European Economic Area.



This item represents the number of visitors from Brazil. It is crucial to monitor this data as the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) oversees data protection in Brazil, and complying with it is a legal necessity for businesses catering to this audience.



Refers to the number of visitors from Thailand. Thailand's Personal Data Protection Act (THPDPA) determines the privacy rights of internet users, making it essential to monitor this data to ensure compliance.



Viewers from Canada fall under this. The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) regulates data privacy in Canada. Staying compliant with PIPEDA will mitigate any legal complications in the future.


The 'Other' category provides statistics of visitors coming from parts of the globe not specifically covered by GDPR, LGPD, THPDPA, or PIPEDA. 


Understanding the 'Laws' page's elements on your domain is crucial in planning and executing data protection compliance effectively. By knowing where your visitors are coming from, you can ensure that you're not only abiding by the regulations but also providing a safe environment for your users to interact with your business. Be consistent in tracking your progress, and modify your strategies based on the insight gained from these metrics to ultimately foster trust among your international visitors, making your website a globally compliant digital space.

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