In this post we’ll talk about what a social media policy is, why you might…
information provided to sign up for services; name, residential address, contact address and numbers, email address, photos and content you may have created or provided; payment information; log-in details and information you provide when setting up a profile; a record of any correspondence; replies to any surveys or questionnaires; details of your visits to the website, including the resources and pages that you access and any searches you make; any information required when you report a problem or complaint; the number of communications you make with us; taking photos at events, etc.
Also, privacy policies are legally required by many—but not all—countries (see here for a list of several global privacy laws. It’s best to err on the side of caution with your policies if you have a website that is accessible from anywhere in the world.
Several global laws require that privacy policies also require them to be written in “plain and clear” languages and not “legal-ese.” There are many tools and samples online that you can use as a starting point for free to create your own based on your location and specific type of business including: RocketLaywer, TermsFeed, FormsTemplate.