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GENERAL INSTRUCTION
WHAT IS A PRIVACY POLICY?
 
A Privacy Policy is a document or statement that describes how a company gathers, uses, manages, and releases the information of customers or visitors to its website. By accessing the company’s website, users accept to have to having their information collected and disclosed  in accordance with the company’s Privacy Policy.
 
WHAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED?
 
A simple Privacy Policy will identify the following basic elements:
  • Company: The name of the company that owns the website collecting information  from its users.
  • Website: The URL address of the company’s website that the user will be browsing and accessing.
  • User’s Information: A description of the type of information that the website collects and discloses.
  • Collection, Use, and Disclosure: What information the company will collect , how they will collect and use the  information, and when and to whom they will disclose the information.
 
WHEN IS IT NEEDED?
 
While there is no federal law in the United States requiring that websites establish a Privacy Policy, many states and most other countries do require a website that collects and stores any personal information from its users to have one.
 
In the United States, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates laws and policies regarding the privacy practices of businesses and the protection of their customers’ personal information. The FTC also helps to enforce federal laws concerning the privacy of customers’ information, including the following:
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), which limits how companies can obtain and use a customer’s credit and background reports.
  • Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which requires financial institutions to clearly explain their information sharing practices and also restricts the sharing and use of specific financial information.
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) created a “Privacy Rule” that establishes a  national set of standards of how health care service providers can use an individual’s protected health information.
  • Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), requires websites that target and/or collect information from children under the age of 13 to post a Privacy Policy that complies with the  COPPA requirements, and also implements certain parental notice and consent requirements.
Even if your company or website is not in a jurisdiction that requires a privacy policy, the reach of your website may subject it to the laws  of other states and countries. For example, California, has enacted the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CALOPPA) which requires any website collecting personal information to have a Privacy Policy posted on its website that is easily accessible to its users.  Even if your website is not run from California, CALOPPA applies to any website that collects personal information from a California resident. Therefore it is likely that your website will be subject to the CALOPPA regulations.
 
The European Union has more established laws regarding privacy protection, including the Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) and the E-Privacy Directive (2002/58/EC). These directives state that personal information of European Union residents can only be transferred to countries outside of the European Union that have policies with an adequate level of protection.
 
Therefore, if you are a website that gathers, stores, or uses personal information and data from clients and users, you should have a Privacy Policy for your website. You also need to make sure that you adhere to the promises and disclosures set forth in that policy.
 
OTHER NAMES
 
A Privacy Policy may also be called:
  1. Privacy Statement
  2. Internet Privacy Policy
  3. Website Privacy Policy
  4. Privacy Notice
  5. Privacy Page
  6. Privacy Information Policy
 

 

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