We'll show you how.
For example, keep in mind that the GDPR that is the standard for data privacy throughout Europe today. Recall that it is exceedingly strict, and the EU can slap all kinds of hefty fines on your company if you do business in a nation covered by the policy but fail to comply.
Another data privacy law to become familiar with is the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). There are many areas within the law that are similar to the EU's GDPR, which makes it one of the strictest data privacy rules in the United States.
To start with, you might want to take a look at examples of Privacy Policies on the websites of your competitors (or those you know do business in the same nations as you).
Suppose you're not even processing sales on your website. Maybe you're not actively collecting data, and you're just trying to get people to read your blog. As noted elsewhere, if users interact in any way with your site, you need to be sure you're in compliance with major data privacy laws.
Note how Amazon places its Privacy Notice in the footer of its website:
As with websites, remember that Privacy Policies help inspire engender trust between you and your app's users. They provide users with a sense of security and comfort, knowing that you care about their sensitive information and its security.
Enter your email address where you'd like your policy sent, select translation versions and click "Generate."