You can also collect personal information based on visitor activities. For example, websites that use Google Analytics are collecting IP addresses and sharing that data with analytics providers.
By clearly defining what data you collect and how you use it, you can show your website as trustworthy. This can help you build a positive relationship with your audience. It can also distinguish you from competitors who may be less enthusiastic.
Some common requirements include providing:
- Your name and contact information
- What personally identifiable information (PII) you collect
- Do you share PII, and the categories of third parties with which you share data
- How your website responds to “do not track” signals
- Do you sell the PII you collect
- The privacy rights provided to users and how they can exercise these rights
- How consumers complain about your privacy practices to the authorities
- Legal basis for handling PII
- The time you store PII
- Do you use the collected PII for direct marketing purposes and which consumer rights apply
- If you will use PII for automated decision making and analysis
- Do you plan to transfer PII to other countries/regions
- Contact information of your data protection officer (if applicable)
- How do you protect the PII you collect
- Link to your policies, procedures, standards and regulations
- Use of analytics programs, cookies and other tracking technologies
By default, the WordPress template provides the following parts:
- who are we
- What personal data do we collect and why we collect it
- Who do we share your data with
- How long do we keep your data
- What rights do you have over your data
- Where do we send your data
- contact information
- extra information
These sections may need to be edited by you to provide more detailed information. E.g, What personal data do we collect It has been specified how your website collects information through a variety of popular methods and elements (such as comments, contact forms, cookies, and analytics).
In addition, your static policy will not be automatically updated to reflect any changes in the law in the future.In the U.S., more States are passing their own privacy lawsTo protect your website from legal influence, it is important to monitor these changes and update your policy accordingly. This may consume a lot of your time.
After you generate your policy and embed its code on your website, Termageddon will monitor changes in privacy laws. It will push relevant updates to your policy when needed.
After purchasing a Termageddon license, you need to answer some general questions about your website, business, and privacy practices. This includes where you wish to resolve any legal disputes that arise:
If you are not sure about any of the questions in the questionnaire, please check Termageddon’s Policy issues For more guidance.
You can use the block editor to add a custom HTML block and copy and paste the Termageddon embed code into it:
Or, by choosing a dedicated solution, such as Terminator, You can generate a policy that provides specific disclosures that apply to the legal requirements of your website. You will also receive updates whenever these laws change or new laws become effective. The service is high-quality, starting at $10 per month or $99 per year.