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Privacy Policy for Firefox OS Apps

If you're developing apps for Firefox OS, you'll need to update the "Marketplace Privacy Policy" field when submitting your app to appear in the Firefox Marketplace. Firefox OS also allows developers to have their Privacy Policy agreements hosted on the Firefox Marketplace rather than placing a link to a URL hosted...

Privacy Policy for AdRoll Retargeting

AdRoll targeting is simple: AdRoll keeps track of everyone who visits your website and follows these users wherever they go on other websites to show your ads. This is called retargeting. Whenever you start using retargeting services, such as AdRoll, you must update your Privacy Policy. However, this requirement isn't limited only to...

The Privacy Policy Checklist

Privacy Policies are written statements that let your clients, customers, or website visitors know exactly what personal information you are gathering from them, and how that information will be used, managed, and disclosed to others. A Privacy Policy is mandatory even if you collect just an email address. It's mandatory to...

Meet Zoho's new Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Zoho is an online application suite that provides free services to individuals and the same services to companies for a small subscription fee. Zoho's services mirror office productivity software comparable to Google Docs or Microsoft Office. Recently Zoho notified their users through email that they updated their Privacy Policy and their Terms...

Mobile App Privacy Policy Template

Your mobile app almost certainly requires a Privacy Policy because privacy laws require one when personal information is collected, Apple requires all iOS developers to publish a Privacy Policy, and Google requires almost all Android developers to publish one as well. This article contains some simple, step-by-step guides to creating a...

Privacy Policy for location data

In February of 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) expanded their guidelines for mobile app developers who create apps that collect user data, specifically user location data. This expansion builds upon the original guidance published by the FTC in February of 2013 in their report "Mobile Privacy Disclosures: Building Trust Through...