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What's included in your Free Privacy Policy Template?

A Privacy Policy is a document which outlines what type of data you collect from your users, what this data is used for, where you store the data, who (if anyone) you share this data with and what rights your users have.

A Privacy Policy is required by law. There are a couple of specific regulations which you should be aware of, GDPR and CalOPPA. Please click on the links for further information on these. It is preferable that your Privacy Policy include these as you may attract users who fall under these laws.

A Privacy Policy should be able to be easily understood by your users and we at privacyterms.io have kept this in mind when drafting the policy.

International Law Compliant

compliant with GDPR, CalOPPA, CCPA and COPPA.

Google Analytics Compliant

if you use Google analytics to monitor your website traffic, we ensure your Privacy Policy complies with their terms of service.

Personally Identifiable Information clauses

Our policy clearly defines and explains what PII is, how you collect, use and maintain it

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A terms and conditions agreement is not currently required by law, however this doesn’t not mean you should not have one. Although most of the time your users will behave in a fair and just manner, a terms and conditions agreement can help protect you and your intellectual property from abuse or unlawful behaviour.

A terms and conditions agreement should include outlines for basic conduct, including a list of behaviours which will not be tolerated and could result in the termination of user’s accounts; an intellectual property clause, protecting your contents, logo and visual media under copyright law; your policy on advertisements and endorsements; your right to change the agreement and how you will notify users of any changes; refund and return policies and legal terms and conditions, to name a few.

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Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright clauses included

protect your content, logo and visual media under copyright law.

Help protect your website from abuse or unlawful behaviour

outline the rules of conduct for your website and what behaviors will not be tolerated.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Should Your Privacy Policy Include?

A basic Privacy Policy needs to include the following:
Data Collection: An explanation of the type of data your websites collects and why you collect it.
Security of Personal Data: A clause which explains how you keep your Users personal data secure.
Personal Data Sharing: You need to include who Personal Data is shared with, if anyone.
Cookies: Outlines what cookies are and what types of cookies you use on your website.
Affiliate Disclosure:Disclose if your website uses affiliate links and earns a commission.
Privacy Policy amendments: How your website makes updates to this policy available to your Users.
To know more about what you need to include in your privacy policy, please refer to our articles on Privacy Policy.

To be GDPR compliant, what should your privacy policy include?

Data subjects rights: Does your website transfer any personal data to another country.
Details of the transfer of personal data to a third country: A clause which explains how you keep your Users personal data secure.
The right to lodge a complaint with the correct authority: You need to include who Personal Data is shared with, if anyone.
The right to withdraw consent: Outlines what cookies are and what types of cookies you use on your website.
Data retention: Disclose if your website uses affiliate links and earns a commission.
Automated decision making: How your website makes updates to this policy available to your Users.
To find out more on GDPR Compliance, please refer to the 7 key principles of GDPR & our other GDPR articles.

Where to put a privacy policy on your website?

To be compliant with a number of International laws, including GDPR, CalOPPA and Australian Privacy Act 1988, your privacy policy is required to be in a prominent, easily located place on your website. Check out your options in this post.
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How to create your GDPR compliant privacy policy?

You can create your privacy policy by using our customizable privacy policy template. Use our free privacy policy generator to create a privacy policy suitable to your website in minutes. To learn more on how to create your privacy policy, terms & disclaimer using our generators, please refer to our post here.

Why do you Need a Privacy Policy for Google Analytics?

Google Analytics, a free website analysis tool from Google, tracks traffic on your website by placing a cookie on visitors browsers and thereby collecting information. As part of Google Analytics Terms and Conditions you are required to have a privacy policy and secondly, you have begun to collect personal information so you are now required by law to have a privacy policy in place. Read our Article at https://privacyterms.io/privacy/google-analytics-privacy-policy/ to learn more.

Data Protection Laws and your Privacy Policy

Data Protection Policy
CalOPPA
CCPA vs CalOPPA
GDPR
A Data Protection Policy is a policy that outlines how a company uses, manages, secures and protects their data. Its main objective is to ensure the security of the data it handles and maintains. The policy contains information on what kind of data you collect and store, how your company handles this data, it’s processing and any breaches in security. Read more on data protection policy here.
CalOPPA stands for California Online Privacy Act. It is a state law of California which came into effect in 2004 and was amended to extend it’s reach in 2012. It requires websites and online services to post a privacy policy on their websites if they collect any personally identifying information from residents in California, and to comply with their privacy policy. They must also disclose how they handle Do Not Track requests. Learn more about CalOPPA and how it affects your privacy policy.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) are both California state laws. Both of these acts are in place to protect the personal information of residents of California. Learn more about the similarities and differences between these two acts.
A Privacy Policy for your website or business is required by law. The purpose of the Privacy Policy is to clearly explain what data is collected, how its collected, used, stored and what the users rights are.
GDPR compliance refers to your privacy policy’s compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679. Let’s take a look at what it means for the privacy policy of your business.
Read more about GDPR compliance in this post.

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