Privacy & Regulations

Privacy & Regulations

How to Write a Privacy Policy for Your Online Store

Privacy is a primary concern for your customers and for legislators around the world, so your company's privacy policy cannot be an afterthought. It must reflect a sincere commitment to privacy and a desire to meet the highest legal standards.

So how do you get a privacy policy for your online store? Frankly, you probably have three options.

  • Hire an attorney to write a privacy policy for your business
  • Use a privacy policy generator
  • Write your own using examples

Privacy & Regulations

How to Handle GDPR Customer Removal Requests

Your European customers may have a right to be forgotten, making your business responsible for capturing, tracking, and logging any valid removal requests.

The European Union's recently enacted General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires businesses to erase an individual's personal data upon request when certain circumstances apply.

This right to erasure or right to be forgotten is found in Article 17 of the GDPR. While there are some exceptions — for the completion of a contract,[...]

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How to Add a GDPR Cookie Consent Notice to Your Website

If your ecommerce site uses Google Analytics or keeps track of the items in a shopping cart, your business is using HTTP cookies, and you may need to offer site visitors an option to opt out.

Cookies are small text files that can be used for session information (logins, shopping carts, and similar), personalization, or monitoring. When someone visits your business online, your website tells the visitor's web browser to store the cookie information and send that information back with each new[...]

Privacy & Regulations

5 Requirements for GDPR and the Best Privacy Policy Generators to Meet them

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regional law with global implications both in terms of its enforcement and its impact. So no matter where your company is located, if it does business with Europe, your ecommerce website must meet at least five requirements.

The GDPR, which took effect May 25, 2018, requires you to clearly communicate what information you collect and how that information is used. You will also need a basis for collecting personal data, and[...]

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