Do You Need One?
- It’s required by Law: Many countries have laws requiring this. In the US, it is the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), Europe it is GDPR, Canad the PIPEDA, and Australia it is the Privacy Act of 1988.
- It’s a general best practice: Even if not legally required to, disclosing if and how you use personal information on your website can build trust with your audience and the perception of your brand (even if the page says nothing more than you do not collect or store any information)
Where it goes:
- This article goes over the differences between Privacy Policies and Terms and Conditions. Could be helpful for clients who are struggling with the differences.