Learn more below about what you might need before publishing a privacy on your website.
- Children Online Privacy Protection Rule
- California Online Privacy Protection Act
- Privacy Shield
- EU General Data Protection Regulation
Whether you’re a small business or large corporation, the FTC has no problem enforcing penalties for consumer privacy violations. In fact, both Facebook and Google were punished for inadequately disclosing how they use consumer’s information.
The common elements privacy policies include are:
- Your website URL, owner, as well as contact information. For example: an email address.
- The type of information you collect on your website such as email sign ups or payment information.
- Whether or not that information is stored. For instance: usernames or account information.
- What you do with the information that you collect.
- If a third party vendor or app can access that information.
- Third party app’s clauses that are needed as part of your usage agreement with them.
Wrapping It Up
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