Websites and Blogs often process visitor’s personal data, including:
Ecommerce businesses often use consumer’s personal data, including:
Personal data is any information that can be used to identify an individual. Personal data includes names, emails, phone numbers, addresses, geolocation, IP address, cookie data, and so much more.
Personal data is heavily protected by laws like the GDPR, CCPA, CalOPPA, and others. The leading method of protecting personal data is requiring websites and businesses to be honest about how they collect, share, and use personal data. Privacy law violations can result in serious fines.
EU General Data Protection Regulation
California Consumer Privacy Act
California Online Privacy Protection Act
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Keep the following questions in mind when drafting your policy:
Terms and Conditions are the rules and guidelines for using a website or app. They serve as a contract between the product or service provider and the user. A Terms and Conditions agreement is not always required by law. However, your website’s Terms and Conditions can help protect your site from unacceptable user behavior.
Privacy policies explain how your website collects, uses, and shares personal information. Disclaimers are statements that limit your website’s legal liability for your customer’s actions. They can serve as a warning — for example, warning users to act at their own risk. A disclaimer can also declare important information, such as informing users that a specific page contains sponsored content.
Disclaimers can often be found in:
Common types of disclaimers include copyright disclaimers, fair use disclaimers, and legal disclaimers.
You can include a disclaimer in your Terms and Conditions, or as a stand-alone policy.