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Disclaimer of Legal Liability

The clarifications and information provided on this page are only for the general and not very specific purpose of how to write your own Privacy Policy documents. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or recommendations on what you should actually do, as we cannot know in advance what specific privacy policies you want to stipulate between your business and your customers and visitors. We recommend that you seek legal advice if you need help understanding and creating your own Privacy Policy.

Privacy Policy - fundamental notions

That said, a privacy policy is a statement that communicates some or all of the ways in which a website collects, uses, discloses, processes and manages the data of its visitors and customers. It usually also includes a statement regarding the website's commitment to protecting the privacy of its visitors or customers, and a clarification of the different mechanisms that the website implements in order to protect privacy.

Different jurisdictions have different legal obligations as to what should be included in a Privacy Policy. You are responsible for complying with legislation relevant to your activities and location.

What to include in the Privacy Policy

In general terms, the Privacy Policy usually regulates the following issues: the types of information that the site is collecting and the way in which it collects the data; a clarification of why the site is collecting these types of information; what are the site's practices for sharing information with third parties; ways in which your visitors and customers can exercise their rights under relevant privacy legislation; specific practices regarding the collection of data from minors; and much more. 


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