The first is to see at a glance the main purpose of privacy policies. Privacy policies generally have two functions. They: 1) tell visitors what information you have collected from them and 2) what you do and what you do not do with the information.

A note about tracking cookie usage. If you use analytics or third-party advertising, it is virtually guaranteed that your website will place a tracking cookie on your visitor's computer and you can find more information about privacy law at

 If your website has a login feature, session cookies tend to be used to keep users logged in for security reasons or to facilitate sign-in. 

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Your privacy policy must disclose your use of cookies, use of information collected, and cookies controlled by third parties. If necessary, read these cookie data protection guidelines used by providers so visitors know what they are doing with the information collected.

Contact by email for complaints. Many lawsuits against companies arise because people feel offended and/or cannot contact the company with violations. Good customer service is often better than effective planning to avoid violations. 

In terms of responsibilities regarding your privacy practices, a special email address for receiving and resolving complaints can be a very effective safety valve that you can use to resolve them before litigation or crisis occurs. on social media.

Therefore it is important to understand not only your privacy practices and data collection features on your website platform, but also the privacy practices of any third party applications or services that you use – and ensure that your privacy policy reflects everything.