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Project Dormammu

Prepared by: Daniel Lanza
Launching: Cookies & Associated Technologies
🌟 TL;DR
What is Project Dormammu?
This project’s goal is to make our domain and sub domains fully GDPR compliant. These changes will effect the cookies we drop, language in our consent manager, and tools we are using to test or display pages.
Who is the intended user/audience?
All desktop and mobile customers
Why are we launching it?
Without these changes we leave ourselves vulnerable to heavy fines
One-line pitch
Without these changes we risk getting heavy fines
Start date Goal: Q3
Points of contact
Daniel Lanza - Project Lead
Carlos Henriquez - Engineering Lead
- Project Lead
📋 WHAT IS IT?
The goal of this project is to identify the holes in our privacy practices and solve them with the help of Risk Management / Compliance.
These changes involve:
Cookie consent manager language
Cookies classified incorrectly
Moving Google Fonts
Replacing our current Captcha
Implementing the consent manager across our domains
Connecting our consent managers so they can identify consent setting from any of our domains.
🚧 RISKS & MITIGATION

Xe.com and the subdomain pages present issues with Cookies and similar technologies that if scrutinized by privacy activists or DPA’s could create high levels of business risk, as the website does not meet legal requirements.
Business Risks include:
Risk: Legal & Regulatory Actions
Mitigation:
Risk: Business Disruption
Mitigation:
Risk: Civil Actions & Litigation
Mitigation:
Risk: Reputational Damage
Mitigation:
🔧 HOW DOES IT WORK?
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❓FAQs
What questions can we get ahead of via our messaging? What do we need to have pre-answered for inbound questions?
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⌨️ DRAFT INTERNAL COMMS
How are you giving your team & company a heads-up about this launch? It may be a synthesis of the above!
📣 DRAFT EXTERNAL COMMS
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