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Privacy Policy

If you’re serving customers online, you need a privacy policy to outline how user data is collected, used, and protected. We’ll help you get one in place. 

FAQ'S ON PRIVACY POLICIES:

What is a Privacy Policy and why is it necessary?

A Privacy Policy is a statement or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways a party gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a customer or client's data. It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a customer or client's privacy and is essential for any business that collects personal data, ensuring compliance with laws like GDPR, CCPA, and others depending on your location. The world of privacy regulations is becoming increasingly complex, which is why it's highly recommended to have us or another law firm review, or ideally draft, your privacy policy.

What should be included in a Privacy Policy?

A Privacy Policy should include types of data collected, methods of data collection, reasons for data collection, details on data sharing and transfer, user rights concerning their data, and contact information for privacy concerns. It should also explain the security measures in place to protect user data.

Our form policies are kept up to date and provide you everything you need to consider in one place. Get started here.

How often should I update my Privacy Policy?

Your Privacy Policy should be updated whenever there are significant changes to your data practices, legal requirements, or business model. It's generally recommended to review the policy annually to ensure ongoing compliance with new privacy laws and regulations.

If you do your privacy policy with Earley Business Legal, we will keep you updated on any key changes in the law. Typically our clients are working with us in other ways, so when their business pivots or changes we will make a corresponding change to their privacy policy.

Is a Privacy Policy required for all websites?

Yes, a Privacy Policy is required for all websites and mobile apps that collect personal information from users, regardless of the type of data collected. This includes anything from names and addresses to more sensitive data like payment details. It’s not just a legal necessity but also builds user trust and credibility. Get started here.

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