- Examples of privacy policies
I use google analytics and other tools which tell me things like what country visitors come from, what browser they use, how long they visit and what pages (% of visitors which do what, not exactly what each one does). MailChimp lets me know who opens newsletters, clicks on links. When visitors subscribe or comment, they enter their email address, name and possible url. If they purchase it is through PayPal and I don’t collect credit card info, PayPal does. Nor do I sell my subscriber list to any 3rd party. This is the type of stuff to include on a privacy page.
- Check with your lawyer, I’m not one. I don’t know if you need one.
Under the Yahoo! Merchant Solutions Terms of Service, merchants agree:
- Many blogs don’t have privacy policies, others do
As most of us aren’t lawyers, how do we come up with privacy pages?
You can also use an online program which creates privacy policies, here are a few:
Look around online, see several examples of what others are using. Pick what works for best for you.
Keep in mind, I’m not giving legal advise, I’m not a lawyer.br>
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