The Information Your Company Collects
- Personal information: Disclosure that your site will collect and maintain personal information from users. This might include names, addresses, mobile telephone numbers, email addresses, and any other info you collect.
- Usage and analytics data: This data is valuable to your company for various reasons, and you can let your customers know this. It will be used for internal purposes, including troubleshooting and improving the site’s functionality.
How Your Company Utilizes User Information
- Shipping information: Including address or user information.
- Customer service: If you store customer information in regards to customer service such as for returns, repairs, replacements, cancellations, rescheduling, or billing you should let your customers know this.
- Third-party service providers: For those who store personal user information in connection to website maintenance, upgrades, releases, or analytics, it is important to notify your customers of this. Make it very clear that their data will be shared with third-party service providers.
If Your Company Shares Data
- Sharing with affiliates: In order to share this data, your company must be permitted by the user. This can include any affiliated entities, such as a parent company. This also affects mergers, stock purchases, asset purchases, or other acquisitions.
- Law Compliance: There are instances where your company may be required to disclose user information due to court orders or specific laws.
- Security reassurance. This will tell users that you are doing everything possible to keep their data safe.
- Storage and maintenance of user data in a way that will comply with all United States laws.
- Notice that users may always update their user information
- Caution the user to keep their own data safe such as passwords, usernames, location, images, and videos.