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You need to have a privacy policy page if you’re collecting any form of personal information including: names, email addresses, shipping addresses (and billing addresses if different), and account and credit card details. A privacy policy will explain to site visitors what happens to the personal information they give you. If you don’t one on your site, you could be breaching the law and if worse comes to worst you may even be taken to court by a disgruntled site visitor.

A privacy policy page is one of the most important pages you should have on your website and there are a number of elements you’re oblige to disclose in a detailed privacy policy document. They include:

You need to have a privacy policy page if you’re collecting any form of personal information including: names, email addresses, shipping addresses (and billing addresses if different), and account and credit card details. A privacy policy will explain to site visitors what happens to the personal information they give you. If you don’t one on your site, you could be breaching the law and if worse comes to worst you may even be taken to court by a disgruntled site visitor.

A privacy policy page is one of the most important pages you should have on your website and there are a number of elements you’re oblige to disclose in a detailed privacy policy document. They include:

You need to have a privacy policy page if you’re collecting any form of personal information including: names, email addresses, shipping addresses (and billing addresses if different), and account and credit card details. A privacy policy will explain to site visitors what happens to the personal information they give you. If you don’t one on your site, you could be breaching the law and if worse comes to worst you may even be taken to court by a disgruntled site visitor.

A privacy policy page is one of the most important pages you should have on your website and there are a number of elements you’re oblige to disclose in a detailed privacy policy document. They include:

You need to have a privacy policy page if you’re collecting any form of personal information including: names, email addresses, shipping addresses (and billing addresses if different), and account and credit card details. A privacy policy will explain to site visitors what happens to the personal information they give you. If you don’t one on your site, you could be breaching the law and if worse comes to worst you may even be taken to court by a disgruntled site visitor.

A privacy policy page is one of the most important pages you should have on your website and there are a number of elements you’re oblige to disclose in a detailed privacy policy document. They include: