- United States: California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA)
- European Union: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Canada: Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and the
- Australia: Privacy Act of 1988
- Google services, including Analytics, Adwords, Play Store etc.
- Twitter lead generation services
- Facebook or Instagram ads
- Apple App Store
- Do Not Track clause: Some browsers can block tracking from services like Google Adwords, among others. A Do Not Track clause states how your website handles Do Not Track signals.
- Google Adwords use: If you use Google Adwords, you’ll need to explain how you use web visitors’ data to display ads, show specific content, and how users can opt out of this tracking.
Business information: List your business name, address and contact information in your policy.
- Information you collect: List all the information you collect, and what you use this for. This includes information provided by the user on a form, forum post, or other submission, as well as background information, like demographics, browser, location, etc.
- Your reasons for collecting information: List why you collect the data that you collect, and how this information affects a user’s experience.
- Third party sharing: If you share data with Google Analytics, AdSense, or other tools, you must list this.
- Opt-out: List how users can remove their data. This might mean updating their preferences, subscription details, or something else.
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