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What Should You Include in Your Business Website's Privacy Policy?

A privacy policy on your website is a legal document informing users about how you collect and handle their personal data, who you share it with, protect their information, and any other relevant details.


Hence, it is essential that your business website has a privacy policy! Did you know that in some cases, this may be legally required depending on the state where your business is located and where your website users are located?


Here are some examples of what your website's privacy policy may include:

  • Description of the business/legal entity that owns the website

  • Effective date of the privacy policy

  • Explanation of what data your website collects, why you collect it and how your business uses that data

  • Description of what third parties have access to the data

  • Information on how a website user can get in contact with your business re: data collection

And so much more!


Mind you, there are multiple ways to make a privacy policy for your professional website. But it’s absolutely recommended to have an excellent and binding privacy policy that is unique and perfectly tailored to your business and includes the protections that your specific business needs. And for this, you should hire a lawyer!


Interested to know how you can protect your professional website the best way it needs to be protected? Let’s assess your business today and tailor a privacy policy that precisely fits your specific business!


Please contact Serna Legal Services at (312) 601-9859 or info@sernalegalservices.com if you’d like to learn more about WHAT SHOULD YOU INCLUDE IN YOUR BUSINESS WEBSITE'S PRIVACY POLICY?


This content is published by Serna Legal Services, LLC and is available for informational purposes only and is not considered legal advice on any subject matter. By viewing this content, the reader understands there is no attorney-client relationship between the reader and the publisher. The content should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed professional attorney, and readers are urged to consult their own legal counsel on any specific legal questions concerning a specific situation.

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