Gabrielle Plascak CPDT-KA
When building a website it is easy to get caught up in the fun parts like branding and design. When visiting websites and presented with opt-ins or sign up forms our minds instead take us to questioning where our information is going after we hit “submit”.
• Abide by the Law & Requirements of Others
While these are just a few examples, other states have a variety of laws regarding privacy and it is more reasonable to cover all your bases rather than risk not abiding by the laws.
The EU has a data protection law which is much more regulated across the board. It requires that a website notifies users of what data is collected, how it is used and who it is shared with.
• Building Trust
• Protecting Your Company
2) Keep it simple, readable, and straightforward. People like to understand what they are reading, especially when it comes to their privacy and personal information.
4) Simply state what information is taken, how it is used, and who it is shared with once obtained.