18 December 2020
It's all about "Privacy Matters"
✓ They're legally required: Privacy Policies are legally required by global privacy laws if you collect or use personal information.
Excerpt from TermsFeed Testimonials:
The headline of the page is clear: "Your Privacy Matters". It has a very clear description underneath:
At LinkedIn, our fundamental philosophy is "members first." That value powers all of the decisions we make, including how we gather and respect your personal information.
The policy has sections
These sections are:
The page hints to a "Safety Center"
LinkedIn's aim - as stated on their page - is for its members to always feel informed and empowered with respect to privacy on LinkedIn.
As a result, the company is informing users how to use your LinkedIn's account securely to protect your personal information better.
The "Help Center" offers tips on security, such as:
Users of LinkedIn can also review their account settings to control their preferences:
It has multiple agreements for multiple purposes
Show that you value the privacy of data before jumping into the full text of the legal agreement.
It's important not to mix all the legal agreements your website needs.
This article is not a substitute for professional legal advice. This article does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor is it a solicitation to offer legal advice.