Website Privacy Policy

With the development of technology and e-commerce, the related problems also increase. So it is necessary to have a privacy policy to secure the data.

A privacy policy is a legal document that details what personal information you collect from users, how you use it and how you keep it private. Most websites make their privacy policies available to site visitors. A privacy page should also specify any personal information gathered such as name, address, as well as order history, browsing habits, uploads, etc.    

The policy should also explain if data may be left on a user’s computer such as cookies.

If you are collecting any kind of information from your visitors, tracking them with analytics or displaying ads, you are probably required to have a privacy policy.

Due to website problems such as cyber crime, data theft, etc increased, it has become necessary to have a sound privacy policy.

Why should we have a Privacy Policy?

  • Required by law.
  • Being transparent and sharing honest information about what data you collect and how you use it goes a long way towards establishing trust with your users.
  • Due to website problems such as cyber crime, data theft, etc increased it has become necessary to have a sound privacy policy.

Website Privacy Policy includes:

Introduction

A gist of information about the website or organisation.

Information

Users need to be clearly informed about what data is to be collected.

Storage of data

Location of database and laws which are applicable.

How is data collected

The method of collection of information is to be described.

Website contact details

Email address, postal address, contact numbers to be mentioned to allow users to contact in case of any queries.

(All Inclusive)