Firstly, the initial step that we follow is having a discussion with the client, in order to make sure that the provisions of the policy are inadequate to protect the privacy of their customers/users, and in consonance with the law, and/or other policies like the GDPR.
2. Drafting and Finalization
- Information about what personal data will be collected from users.
- Purpose of collecting the data
- How the collected data will be used
- How and why the website (and/or third parties) are using cookies
- How a user can opt-out of having cookies placed on your device(s)
- How you will protect and store the information
- What you will do with that information and in what circumstances you will release it
- How the customer can review the information you hold on them
- How the customer can change or delete that information
- Dispute resolution information
3. What is the law that governs privacy in India?
The Supreme Court of India recently recognized the right to privacy as a fundamental right. Under Article 21 of the Constitution, the right to privacy is enshrined as a part of the right to “life” and “personal liberty”.
Just like a Terms & Conditions page, you’re not required to have a Disclaimer page, but you may feel more comfortable having one.
Privacy Policies are usually maintained by entities that run a website, an e-commerce business, a blog, or other platforms wherein personal data may be collected by their users/clients.