As a blogger, it is imperative that your blog has a privacy and disclosure policy. As a blogger, it’s important that you have
a Terms of Service in addition to keeping your blog private.
page on your blog.
If your blog collects personal information such as name, email address or cookies, you must disclose that information to
different ways WordPress sites collect personal information.
It’s very easy to use and offers you customized policies based on your company’s products and services. Iubenda must be a
success as it has generated over half a million policies. It also describes how and why policies may be required for specific
services such as Google AdSense and AdWords, as well as Mailchimp, Facebook, mailing lists, and cookies.
management. If you are using third party services or features on your Blogger site, be sure to review the Terms and
and is best practice. Keeping a strictly personal blog does not require much attention to privacy rules. Having a privacy and
disclosure policy on your blog is important, not only because it’s a legal requirement, but also because it creates
legal requirements (regarding websites, mobile applications or other applications) and provide information to people whose
information you collect.
to the information they have shared and/or collected in the Website name. Personal information that is provided to you.
Please provide and reasons, by to which you are asked to provide them, you will be notified when the website name asks you to
provide your personal information. If you collect any personal information from people through your blog, laws around the
data you collect and what you do with them. .
National and state laws require you to comply with their international privacy practices. In the EU, the main data privacy
regulations are the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Electronic Data Privacy Directive (Cookie Act). Cookie
laws are designed to protect online privacy by notifying users of data collection activities and allowing them to choose
whether to allow it.
Owners of websites, online services, or mobile applications (apps) that California residents may access or use are required
by the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA), if the website owner prominently displays the Privacy
Policy Notice Collection California Privacy Information. Based on Personally Identifiable Information (PII). While there is
online privacy attorney regarding company website specific company website facts to determine which laws apply to your
Visitors to your blog have the right to have their personal data protected. You must respect them and express your concern by
as they allow you to provide a positive reflection of your profile or brand, especially if you allow your blog visitors to
comment on your content or posts.
Technologies such as cookies are used to measure the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns and/or to personalise the
content of advertisements you see on the websites you visit. For more information on managing cookies in specific web
browsers, please see your browser’s respective website.
in HTML, so you’ll need to copy it into the HTML text version of your blog) and you’ll have to read it because I have
specific guidelines for the United States. removed. Privacy policies are agreements that set out your obligations towards
users of your website (what personal data you collect, how it is stored, etc.), while terms and conditions agreements set out
guidelines for website users. your website (spam protection, etc.).