Blog: Privacy Policy Agreements

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Meet a new Privacy Policy of Wikipedia, reddit, WaPo

These days major publications and corporations are announcing changes to their legal agreements and inform users through different means, like email or changes to the website. Microsoft also updated its Privacy Policy for Bing Ads and informed users through email about the changes. Wikipedia, reddit and Washington Post (WaPo) have also recently...

Do Not Track (DNT) for Privacy Policy

If you operate your business from California or have a customer base in California, you're required to comply with the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), which requires websites to notify users how that website responds to "Do Not Track" settings. This article will look at this requirement and what you...

nofollow for Legal Pages

The SEO industry is asking: Do you need to have the links to a website's legal agreements with the rel=nofollow or the rel=noindex attribute or without the rel tag? A website or a mobile app can have a wide range of legal agreements, but the most common agreements are: Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions...

Meet LinkedIn's new Privacy Policy

We covered LinkedIn's Privacy Policy in a previous article on how Google and LinkedIn ran a campaign to notify users about upcoming changes to their legal agreements. However, that article covered only the campaign that LinkedIn ran, not its Privacy Policy page itself. Let us see why LinkedIn's Privacy Policy is great...

3 Disclosures your Privacy Policy is Missing

A Privacy Policy is required by law. As long as you collect personal data from your users, you definitely need this kind of legal agreement. But how is "personal data" defined by law? It's broadly defined, but it's any kind of data that can identify an individual. This will include: Email address First and last...

Where Should I Place My Privacy Policy?

Your Privacy Policy needs to be placed where it will be easy to notice and always be accessible. There are a number of places you can add your Privacy Policy that will satisfy these requirements. This article will demonstrate how you can place your Privacy Policy in a way that's most...