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So, lets begin,
Points that I shall cover,
As you know that, all websites collect information about their visitors in different ways, websites are required by law to disclose the information they collect about their visitors, and how this information is used. This is required in many countries including the US and European union.
What is the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)?
“The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individual citizens of the European Union and the European Economic Area. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas.”- Wikipedia
This law is applicable to every website even if you are not from the EU countries.
What is the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act)?
“The California Consumer Privacy Act is a state statute intended to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California, United States.” Wikipedia
This law is applicable to those websites which collect personal information from California residents.
- What personal data you collect and why you collect it?
- Who do you share your audience data with?
- How long you retain their data?
- Contact information of your audience.
- How you protect those data?
- What third parties you receive data from
- Disclosure requirements?
- And if you have any other source of collecting audience information.
Firstly, login to WordPress dashboard and then scroll down to settings, you will find the Privacy tab. Once after clicking the tab, the privacy settings page will appear in which, Privacy page ‘edit’ and ‘Preview’ options will be there.
Once done with editing, after that publish the page.as shown in the below snapshot.
Firstly, go to ‘Appearance’ tab in your WordPress dashbord, then drag the ‘navigation menu’ into the Footer bar tab.
After completing these steps, click the Save menu option.
Finally, again hover to the widgets tab and go to the Footer Bar, from the drop down list select the Footer menu and click on save.
In this connection, note that, the arrangement of Menu bar and Widgets tab might be a bit different in different themes. However, the basic procedure is almost same.
WP Legal Pages
Some of the services of this plugin are chargeable.
WP Terms Popup
WP Terms Popup acts as a pop up, whenever anyone visits the website. It asks the user’s consent and shows a message to accept or deny the terms and conditions.
WP Auto Terms
To include a privacy page with the help of the above methods is good to start your website. Once your site starts attracting more visitors, try for a premium plugin for the legal compliances.