Use! But don’t forget that by providing information on these platforms, you too become a user who has rights to enforce in terms of data collection.
1 – Shopify
2 – Termsfeed
TermsFeed is the world’s leading generator of legal agreements for websites and applications. They focus specifically on the range of legal agreements that a company with an online presence may need.
3 – WordPress Plugins (Fortune Cookie, Cookie Alert, Gravity Forms Encrypted Fields)
WordPress offers a wealth of plugins, free and paid. If you have had your site done or created on this platform, it will be very easy to add a plugin that corresponds to what you want to integrate into your website.
You must inform your visitors about the use of the data you collect on your website. In addition, you must specify the scope of your data collection. Also, you are obliged to obtain the consent of your visitors and to be transparent in your requests. Consent is valid when it is free and informed, i.e. the consent of the person is given without constraints and having read all the information.
Finally, you will have to respect the rights of individuals and inform them of the commitment of your responsibility or theirs and to what degree. If so, you will need to be able to prove that you have collected the informed consents of your users. Except for B2B companies since consent is not mandatory if the purpose of the collection is informed and well respected.
The collection methods are to be listed and detailed. This includes information on how data is stored and protected, safeguards and contact arrangements.
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