The GDPR and CCPA data privacy laws affect citizens of the EU and residents of California. I live in Washington state and when I install and run popular games from big game companies, they don't prompt me for consent to opt-in to sharing my data. My assumption is that these companies are able to detect the region that a user has installed the app from and so they only prompt for consent when a user resides in the EU or CA. At the moment, I don't have a good way to detect this and Unity doesn't provide this information. Device language isn't an accurate measure of citizenship and wouldn't help at all with US state residency. I'm looking for advise on how to detect these users. Is it practical for Indie developers to do this? Are there SDKs or services that do this? What are you using for your games? Our current plan, in lieu of region detection, is to prompt for consent for all installs. I would love to hear from Unity about this: if there are plans to make this easier in the future. Thanks for the advise!