- Updated On 21/06/2019
- Author : Pradeep Kumar
- Topic : Blogging
- Short URL : https://hellboundbloggers.com/?p=64348
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There is not a common definition of personal information either. Some website masters classify names and email addresses into personal information while some others think IPs and cookies are personal information too.
Reason 2: Build Trust With Your Visitors
Reason 3: A Third-Party Requires
We mentioned that privacy policies vary from different websites. But they have common parts, which consist of:
- Your name and contact information; If your site is an e-commerce website, the name should be your company name.
- Personal information you collect, why you do that and how to protect that.
- Third parties collect your visitors’ personal data, why they do that and how to protect that if your site has any third parties needing collecting data.
- Whether visitors have choices on their private data collected.
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