- It helps businesses comply with the privacy laws that apply to them.
- It gives users more control over their personal information.
- It builds trust between website owners and users by being transparent and accountable.
- Third-party apps or services may require that the website uses.
- The effective date of the procedure and any updates
- The identity and contact details of the data controller and data protection officer
- The legal basis and purposes for processing personal data
- The types and sources of personal data collected, including cookies and other tracking technologies
- The retention period and deletion policy for personal data
- The international transfers of personal data, if any, and the safeguards in place
- The rights of users to access, rectify, erase, restrict, object, or port their data
- The use of automated decision-making or profiling based on personal data
- The third parties that receive or process personal data on your behalf
- The security measures implemented to protect personal data from unauthorized access or breach
- Privacy policies need to be specific to your website’s data-handling practices. Each business collects different personal data and uses it differently. For example, your product may have other functionalities than your competitors.