Privacy Policy Drafting

Formulating and revising privacy policies for websites and applications to put forth a disclosure
statement and protect your business from facing legal issues.

Draft a Privacy Policy for your Website/App at just ₹15,000

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Overview

A Privacy Policy is a legal agreement that details personal information that a website collects from visitors, and the ways in which that information is collected and managed. Law makes it mandatory for the owners of E-Commerce businesses or any other user-oriented platform to make their Privacy Policy. Protection of personal consumer/user information is among the key goals of privacy laws since more and more websites are collecting personal information to perform or improve online services, and hence laws have been enacted to control and protect that information. Privacy Policy is basically a disclosure statement of an e-commerce entity. Although you may mean well by posting the policy, you need to ensure that it completely represents your company in order to keep yourself from facing legal problems in the future. 

Our team of professionals are well versed with all factual and legal scenarios that are primarily required to engage in drafting a sound Privacy Policy.

What Is The Process?

1. Discussion

The first step is having a discussion with the client to make sure that provisions are in place to protect the privacy of their customers/users as per law and other policies like the GDPR.

2. Drafting and finalization

After keeping all these things in mind, the Privacy Policy is drafted by our team of experts and finalized post iterations with the client.

Details Required

  • 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

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where is the Privacy Policy generally published?

The Privacy Policy is usually published at the footer of the website along with the terms and conditions and contact information for better accessibility by the user.

2. Is it illegal to copy a Privacy Policy?

Terms of Use and Privacy Policies are copyright-protected documents. In other words, it is illegal to copy them without permission. Like any other contract, your best bet is to tailor the terms of use and privacy policy to your specific needs and consult with an attorney experienced in Internet law.

3. What is the law that governs privacy in India?

The Supreme Court of India has recognised the right to privacy as a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution as a part of the right to “life” and “personal liberty”.

4. Is there a specific way to structure Privacy Policy?

No, but the best way to structure a Privacy Policy is to keep it well-organized and make it easy to understand. A linked table of contents further helps readers to easily navigate the Policy.

5. What is the difference between a Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions?

Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions are both legal documents but serve very different purposes. A Privacy Policy spells out how you collect website visitor/app user data and what you do with it, while Terms & Conditions are the rules, standards, and requirements that people have to follow if they want to use a specific website or app.

 

For example, a Terms and Conditions page might forbid users from abusing the website in any way, or it may say that a user’s account will be deactivated if he does anything to violate the Website and copyright. A Privacy Policy tells you what rules the website/app owner is going to adhere to, and a Terms and Conditions page tells you what rules visitors/users need to adhere to. Unlike Privacy Policies, you’re not legally required to put a Terms & Conditions page on your website/app, but it is a good idea to do so. That way, everyone will know exactly what is expected of them.

6. What is the difference between a Privacy Policy and a Disclaimer?

A disclaimer is a warning. Simply put, disclaimers explain that the owners of the website/app are not responsible for the information they’ve published and what you do with it. It is designed to protect the website/app owner against liability, which makes it totally different from a Privacy Policy, which protects website visitors/app users. 

 

Just like a Terms & Conditions page, you’re not required to have a Disclaimer page, but you may feel more comfortable having one.

7. Can you request the email address of a customer without a Privacy Policy?

The bottom line is that if you request any information from a customer through your website or app, including an email address, you need a Privacy Policy. This includes collecting email addresses through an online sign-up form for an email newsletter. Additionally, most popular email newsletter service providers require that the website owner or app developer provides a Privacy Policy in order to use the service.

8. If I have a mobile app, what’s a good practice for a privacy policy?

It’s generally considered to be good practice to link to your privacy policy from within the app and from the app store “download page”. The reason for this is that the users should be able to see the data collection practices before they actually happen. A third-place where your a privacy policy link can’t hurt is on your promotional website/page for the app.

9. When do entities maintain Privacy Policy?

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.

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