a. Make your policy short and to the point, using simple language.
b. You will need to place the policy in an easy to find location on your website (a link in the footer will do).
c. it must be free of charge.
2. Explain the use of their data. Describe what you are going to do with their data once you collect it. For example, state whether you will be using it for marketing purposes or sharing it with third parties. If you will be sharing the data with third parties, be transparent. As long as you clearly state with whom you will be sharing data you collect and for what purpose, it is within the law to share information about individuals with auditors, social networks, customer service vendors, and so on.
4. Explain the rights of the individual. You are required to explain what privacy rights your visitors have. Their rights include the following:
They can request that their data be deleted or corrected
They can access the data a company has about them
They can request that their data be transferred to another party
They must give consent for their data to be used