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Privacy guidance for Google by Article 29 Working Party

The "Article 29 Data Protection Working Party" issued a guidance for Google to ensure that the search giant's Privacy Policy agreement is in compliance with EU data protection laws. The good news is that you can also apply the points in this guidance to the Privacy Policy agreement of your own...

SOPIPA: Student Online Personal Information Protection Act

In August 2014, California State Governor Jerry Brown signed a law that will restrict the use of student's educational data. Dubbed as Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA), the law prohibits operators of from sharing student data and using that data for targeted advertising on students for a non-educational purpose. The...

Legal Requirements for Remarketing

Remarketing, also known as retargeting, is a powerful tool to use in your marketing campaigns. It's important that you reflect and disclose your use of remarketing platforms to your users. Laws on remarketing Countries around the world have data privacy legislation in place that you need to consider before investing in a remarketing...

"I Agree" Checkboxes

The best way to get users to consent to your Privacy Policy or Terms agreement is with an "I Agree" checkbox. This works by requesting that users check a box next to an "I Agree" statement to prove they do in fact agree to be bound by your legal agreements....

Where Should I Place My Terms and Conditions?

A Terms and Conditions agreement (also called Terms of Use, Terms of Service or simply Terms) is a statement that informs consumers how they should use your website, app, products, or services. This article will tell you why having a Terms and Conditions agreement is important, and where you should put...

Privacy Policy for Google Ads for Remarketing

Many companies use Google Ads to target audiences based on their preferences, demographic information, or online activities. Businesses that use Google Ads for remarketing/retargeting (displaying ads to users based on their previous website or app visits) should have a Privacy Policy that contains essential information required by Google. This article explains...