It’s The Law
That’s right, it’s the law folks. The data protection law deals with the security of your visitor’s personal data. Although there is no formal legislation at the federal level, it does insure the privacy and protection of your visitor’s data through the U.S. Privacy Act, the Safe Harbor Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
There’s also the EU General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. The GDPR was passed on April 2016 to protect the data and privacy of all EU citizens. A website owner who is not compliant can now face hefty fines.
When you’re transparent with your visitors, it builds trust. And that is very important if they want to do business with you in the future.
When you’re up front with your visitors about the kind of personal data you’ll collect and how you intend to use it, they’ll feel safer leaving their email address and other information on your website.
To Protect Your Visitors
With all the hacking going on, you have to protect your visitors – and yourself. The last thing you want to deal with is the headache of having your website hacked. Not to mention lose credibility.
Third-Party Service Providers May Require It
Privacypolicies.com let’s you create a custom-made, easy to read legal documents for your website, eCommerce, mobile app or if you need a GDPR policy.
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And it’s really easy to use.
You start with basic information like your website name and URL, what type of business you are and what kind of personal information you collect from users.
Wrapping It Up
Remember, this document is not a one-size fits all kind of document. You need to tailor it to the needs of your business. Go on to privacypolicies.com* and get your site covered.