Privacy policies usually contain details about what types of personal information are collected, how the personal information may be used, the persons or parties to whom the information may be disclosed and the security steps taken to protect the personal information.
How do I generate a private policy for my website?
4. Provide details about the information collected from users visiting your website. Visitors have a right to know what information you are collecting. For example, are you collecting personal details by asking them to complete an information request form or service application? You should also disclose whether your servers log visitor information such as hostnames and IP addresses.
5. Present the method(s) you use to collect information and whether the information you collect is automated. This type of information will provide your visitors a more complete idea of how you collect information.
6. It’s important for your visitors to understand how their information is stored by your company. They need to know where their information goes after it is collected and receive assurance that their personal information will be handled in a safe and secure environment.
*Special note for California web site owners:
(1) identify the categories of Personally Identifiable Information that the operator collects through the Web site or online service and the categories of third-party persons or entities with whom the operator may share Personally Identifiable Information;
(2) describe how a consumer can review and make changes to his or her personally identifiable information, if the operator allows such review and changes;