When enabled, CookieHub stores user consents along with necessary information required to look up user choices in case you'll have to demonstrate consents to authorities. This feature is only available for domains with premium subscription.
Why do you store consent logs?
To comply with GDPR, web site owners need to be able to demonstrate user consents. This is stated in recital 42:
Where processing is based on the data subject's consent, the controller should be able to demonstrate that the data subject has given consent to the processing operation [...]
What data is stored?
CookieHub only stores necessary data required to demonstrate user choices. Below is a complete list of data stored:
A unique string stored in CookieHub cookie in the users browser along with the settings for the cookie categories. In case you need to demonstrate the consent, you'll have to request this token from the subject to find the entry from the consent log.
The full url that the user was viewing when he configured consents using the CookieHub widget.
A reference to the widget revision which was shown at the time the user made his choices.
Anonymized IP address of the client. The last part of the IP address is replaced with 0 as IP address could be considered personal information.
The registered country code for the anonymized IP address block.
User agent string usually containing browser and operating string information.
Date and time
The date and time of consent