Last Updated: January 27, 2021
The requirements may differ in each country depending on the regulations. Yet, most privacy laws follow the same guidelines when dealing with personal data:
- Notice. When collecting data a website must clearly disclose how they use personal information from users before collecting it.
- Choice. Websites that collect data must respect the choices of their users about which type of information they choose to provide. Some laws require websites to implement either an opt-in or opt-out consent approach.
- Access. Users must be able to view, update or request removal of their personal data collected, even if they previously consented to it. Depending on your regulators, personal data must be as easy to request removal as it was to consent the first time.
- Security. Companies and websites are required to keep the information accurate and secure from threats and exploitations.
It’s important for companies to identify web forms, policies, and disclosures that exist across their digital properties. Additionally, they must be able to update policies to accurately reflect current data collection processes and procedures.
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