Hello. The newest data privacy restrictions by Apple are causing a major headache for me with in-app adverts. It doesn't help that the questions they ask aren't clear or answered properly by the advertising network providers, but anyway...
I've implemented Chartboost in my most recent app as I had read that you get a better return than Admob. The new "App Privacy - Data Types" section when publishing an app to the App Store asks about the collection of personal data and tracking. After some research I have told it that "Device ID", "Purchases", "Usage Data/Product Interaction" and "Diagnostics/Performance Data" are used for third-party advertising. I have tried turning "tracking" off for everything but it comes up with an error on the "Diagnostics/Performance Data" section which says "Your app contains NSUserTrackingUsageDescription, indicating that you will request permission to track users"
Can the flag "NSUserTrackingUsageDescription" be turned off somehow?
The Admob command set includes some consent functions but Chartboost does not (except for OverrideConsentChartboost if you want to implement your own request). I don't really want to ask the user for consent if I can get away with it, as it puts a barrier up before they even get to play the game - plus the vast majority of people would just click "no" anyway, so I might as well leave it off and just show non-personalised adverts to everyone.