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Introduction: This section can tell your visitor a little about your organization and any special information or functions that your website has.
Information Collected: Visitors have a right to know what information you are collecting. It may be obvious that you are collecting personal details by asking them to complete a form, but you should make it clear. If you’re running any special tracking on your website, this is where that information goes, too.
Method of Collection: How are you actually collecting the visitors’ data? Is it all automated? Do the forms visitors fill in collect other information? Include all methods that capture user information.
Storage of Information: How is the information stored? Visitors have a right to know that you will make every effort to store their personal information in a safe and secure environment.
Contact details: It’s important to be as transparent as possible, and allow users to contact you if they have a query. While most users won’t have questions, contact information is essential to include.
How To Get Started
- Are you generating a policy for an app or a website (most of you will just be for a website)
- What is your website URL?
- What is your website name? (ie: my website)
- Are you a business or an individual?
- What is your business name and address?
- What country and state are you located in?
- What kind of personal information do you collect from users? (if you’re unsure, check to see what fields are required on any forms on your website)
The rest is up to the generator. Simply process the policy, share the link with firstname.lastname@example.org, and our team will get the new policy added to your website.
Is that easy or what?
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