Blog: Privacy Policy Agreements

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Google's "Data Disclosure" Policy

In January 2021, Google will be providing additional information to Chrome users when they browse extensions and other products in the Chrome Web Store. This information will include a detailed description of how each extension collects, uses, and shares user data. Google is also cracking down on how Chrome products collect...

Who Needs a Privacy Policy?

Any website, app or platform of any kind that collects or uses any type of personal information from its users needs a Privacy Policy. Personal information can be something as obvious as a name and email address. But it can also be less obvious information, such as the user's IP address....

Apple's New Opt-In Consent for Advertising Identifiers

Apple's iOS 14 will require developers to request opt-in consent before tracking users with Apple's ID for Advertisers (IDFA). Failing to abide by the new rules will be a serious violation of Apple's App Store Review Guidelines that could lead to the removal of your app. The new rule was first...

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

On July 1, 2020, California's CCPA became enforceable. A few days prior, privacy advocacy group, "California for Consumer Privacy" (CFCP) declared it collected almost a million signatures to have the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) placed on the November 2020 ballot. Whether your business is in California or not, you should...

App Privacy Details Labels for Apple App Store Connect

From December 8, 2020, iOS and tvOS app developers need to provide Apple with detailed privacy information before uploading a new app or updating an existing app in the App Store. Apple has a lot of questions for developers. Among other things, the company wants to help users understand how your...

Do I Need a Privacy Policy if I Don't Collect Any Data?

If you don't actually collect any personal information, you might not need a Privacy Policy. However, many third parties and app stores require one. Also, you may be collecting protected personal information without knowing it, such as with an Analytics service. This article will look at ways you might be collecting...