Your Privacy Agreement Lawyer: What needs to go into your privacy policy for your website?

As a website attorney who specializes in a variety of different internet and website related issues, I think the most overlooked item for most companies is their privacy policy. A privacy policy agreement needs to contain certain essential items in order to provide you maximum protection and comply with the law. Unlike your terms of service (TOS), a privacy policy has some mandated items required by state and federal law. You do need to identify what information you are collecting from website visitors in your privacy policy agreement. An attorney or lawyer can help you understand what types of information your website does collect. If you just offer information to website visitors, you may only have Google Analytics type privacy disclosures. If you are allowing users to register for your website, you’re collecting personally identifiable information which you need to develop privacy policies around.

A good privacy policy lawyer who specializes in website agreements can help you get started. Contact one of our lawyers today.

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This page has been written, edited, and reviewed by a team of legal writers following our comprehensive editorial guidelines. This page was approved by attorney Enrico Schaefer, who has more than 20 years of legal experience as a practicing Business, IP, and Technology Law litigation attorney.