“Many people don’t actually read privacy policies; they simply look at the label,” said Joseph Turow, a student studying digital marketing and privacy issues at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication.
- Cookie use
- Details of data transfers
- Affiliated websites or organizations
- Data storage, security and access
- The purpose for collecting the data
- The types of information collected by the website or app
- Business name and contact details – Make sure an official business name and contact information is available.
- Types of personal data you collect – Itemize the various types of personal information you use directly or indirectly.
- Why you collect personal data – Privacy laws require you to state why you’re collecting personal data and what you do with it.
- How you share data with third parties – All instance of third party data need to be explained in your policy. Make sure it’s spelled out loud and clear.
- How to opt out of data collection – You have to give people an option to opt out of these things. Ensure it’s readily available.
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