It outlines how the information will be used and how the website plans to keep it protected at all times.
This type of information includes but is not limited to:
- Email Addresses
- Billing and Shipping Addresses
- Phone numbers
- Banking Information
- Social Security Information
- Types of information gathered by mobile apps or website
- The purpose of this particular data
- How they keep your data safe and secure
- Important data transfer information
- Website affiliates
This is the type of information that allows users to know exactly how you plan to utilize the information that they provide to you.
In an effort to keep your users engaged, you must present your business as one they can trust at all times. That means you need to have a great reputation and uphold the law to the letter.
The dopweb team has created a plethora of privacy policies so you can turn to us for the peace of mind you need.
- Business name and contact information.
- The types of information you’ll collect
- Your reason for collecting this information
- How the information will be used
- How data will be shared with third parties
- How to decide against data collection
These are the main components of a website that users will need to be aware of in order to gain a full understanding of your website’s intentions.
None of these components are to be unaccounted for. Customers are used to privacy policies that include the proper information.
You’ll want to be sure your website lives up to those standards.
- The Americans With Disabilities Act
- The Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984
- The Children’s Internet Protection Act of 2001
- The Computer Security Act of 1997
- The Consumer Credit Reporting Control Act
- The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
- The California Online Privacy Protection Act
With CalOPPA in place, the data of California residents is protected. Whether your website is based in California or not, your site still stands to be impacted by this law because of your website’s potential to attract customers from California.
Details of exactly what information is needed from the customer and why
Any affiliates that might have access to this shared data
A clear explanation of how users can adjust their preferences on which data information they agree to share
Informing users of changes made to the policy if any
What happens if a user chooses not to be tracke
Details of third parties that collect information through that particular website
Create a Do Not Track Clause - With a Do Not Track Clause in place, users can choose not to be tracked by third party websites.
Though it is not mandatory for a website to follow the Do Not Track Clause, the website must inform the user of its intention to follow or not follow said clause. Failure to do so would be breaking the law.
Keep in mind that if a customer decides to sign your contact form, you’re going to have access to some very sensitive information.
Think about it, you’ll have their birthday, email address, phone number, and more. Because of this, nothing can be left to chance.
It’s important that you keep them informed of the type of cybersecurity you plan to utilize and also keep them aware of their options.
Customers must also have the option to opt out of being tracked by third parties.
Luckily, with our web agency working hard for you, you won’t have to worry about any stone left unturned. We’ll ensure that all of the protocols are followed so you can rest easy.
With these standards in place, clients can feel assured that they are doing business with a company that can be trusted.