The document discloses how exactly a website or online business gathers, uses, and manages a customer or client’s personal information and data collected on the website.
A policy’s terms informs the owners of the information and data what you intend to do with their information.
Personally identifiable information comes in many forms for example: phone numbers, credit card details, email addresses and much more.
Contents of the policy depends on the laws of the country or state they are in and certain requirements may need to be addressed.
However, if you want to make sure you are covered with your business privacy requirements, I’d recommend going to your local attorneys offices and consult with a digital attorney to help you with the policy for your website privacy requirements.
Have you already got a policy policy on your website?… that’s good!
Keep your audience and customers updated about changes, be transparent and careful with how you use customers information.