The Temptation to Copy-Paste
1. Inaccuracies and Irrelevance
Privacy policies found online are usually generic and may not accurately reflect your business’s data collection and processing practices. Using a policy that isn’t tailored to your specific operations can lead to inaccuracies and make your policy irrelevant to your users.
2. Legal Non-Compliance
3. Lack of Transparency
4. Security Risks
Online privacy policies often contain hyperlinks and references to external services, such as analytics tools or third-party processors. Copy-pasting these links without understanding their implications can expose your users’ data to security risks. Using third-party services without proper agreements can jeopardise the security of personal information.
5. Frequent Updates
So, what should you do instead?
1. Hire a lawyer
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