Yes the GDPR component integrates the Google Consent Mode (CMP) v2 that will be in effect starting from March 2024 for Google services.
It's possible to integrate the Google Consent Mode (CMP)for Google AdSense and Google Analytics consents. Such consents can be granted or denied based on user preferences of the GDPR categories and transferred to the Google Consent Mode platform.
In order to enable the integration with Google Consent Mode, the GDPR component just requires to include the Google Tag Manager script (gtag e.g. https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtm.js?id...) and enable the following settings for the 'Statistics' and 'Marketing' categories, then the GDPR component will communicate any consent for ads and analytics to Google, including Google consent mode v2 for the EU user policy.
IMPORTANT: In the case that you have configured the GDPR tool to block the domain 'googletagmanager.com', be sure to allow it and remove all blocks.
In order to have the integration with CMP to take place, typically you include the Google tag snippet in your pages using the code below:
Optionally you can also define the default consents status to 'denied' before the inclusion of Google tag:
So the final snippet of code to place in your pages would be the following:
Obviously replace the 'TAG_ID' with your real GTM ID.
For more detailed informations about the snippets of code required for the integration either using gtag or Tag Manager, refer to this page: https://developers.google.com/tag-platform/security/guides/consent
Furthermore it's also possible to activate the Google CMP theme for a seamless integration with the Google Consent Mode v2 by enabling the option below: