Privacy Policies -
Does My Website Need One? And How Do I
policy is a legal document that discloses some or all of the
ways a party
gathers, uses, discloses and manages a customer's data.
what type of website you have, whether or not you collect personal
from users, either
explicitly or implicitly,
website does not require the user to provide personal information, such
name, address, email, credit card info; the use of session or permanent
and other technical data collection mechanisms could
be considered a collection of personal
-Information and Data Privacy, which
requires the business or website to make certain that it has not and
leak, give, or sell to any other party.
-Child Privacy; if a child is 13 years
or younger, the law prohibits collection of any personal data. When
information, you can request an age to continue. If the user supplies a
age, your site is not liable.
-Consent; the policy should detail what
will be done with their personal information, and ask for consent
continuing or prior to any changes.
-Right to stop; all visitors and/or
subscribers should have the right to cease communications and the
advertisements. There should be an unsubscribe link on the site, as
well as in
any email advertisement sent to the individual.
How to Get a Privacy
research other secure sites and read their privacy policies; however I
not advocate copying any of these word for word.
building your own does not satisfy you, there are also several
generator, as well as TRUSTe Privacy. These generators
help by asking you some
questions about what your website's purpose is, and from there it
it's all about being upfront and fair. You will find customers will be
willing to give personal or business information about themselves if
it will be handled the right way and kept secure.
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