You can use this policy for:
Required by law
Personal data is any kind of data that can identify an individual: email address, first and last name, billing and shipping address, credit card information, and so on.
Use this agreement everywhere:
- WordPress blogs (or any other platforms: Joomla, Drupal)
- E-commerce stores
- Mobile apps: iOS, Android or Windows Phone
- Facebook apps
- Desktop apps
- SaaS apps
- Digital products or digital services
For e-commerce stores
If you already have this agreement for your store, make sure to follow these tips:
- Disclose what kind of personal information you’re collecting from your customers
- Disclose how the collected information may be shared or disclosed with third parties your store might be using (Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Google AdSense etc.)
- Inform how customers can review and change the information collected on them
- Make sure to include the policy’s effective date
If you don’t have the agreeement yet, use the Generator to create it.
For mobile apps
- Google Analytics Mobile
- And so on
If you use at least one third party tool that might collect personal data through your mobile app, you need this agreement in place.
Each app store also requires you to have this agreement in place before submitting the mobile app:
- Apple App Store
- Google Play Store
- Microsoft Windows Phone Store
For SaaS apps
Most SaaS apps are using this agreement to disclose what kind of personal data might be collected through the app from users:
- Personal information, such as the name and/or the email address, to register the account and process the subscription payments
- Content that users create or post through the account
- Log files created by the server
- Geo-location information (GPS) requested by the mobile app
- And more
Use the Generator to create this agreement for your app.
For Facebook apps
Important: Your Facebook app will not go live if you don’t have the agreement published on your website. Use the Generator to create it.
Privacy Policies are essential for all websites and apps. Besides offering transparency to users who are using your website and/or app, Privacy Policies are also a matter of a legal compliance.
- First, you must inform users of the risk of using your website or app.
By outlining the type of personal information you require and describing how you use it, potential users can make an informed decision on whether the risks of sharing their information are worth the benefits of your website/app.
- Second, making expectations clear protects you from liability.
- Third, the international character of websites and apps require knowledge of laws outside your own jurisdiction.
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