One thing is for sure, having online activity with no data processing is barely possible. Once you know this, it’s obvious that you process personal information. This requires you to be transparent when it comes to processing that data.
- Your company details (name, address, registration number).
- Contact details (email address, phone, etc.).
- Who will use your product when it comes to age. The age of your customers places a special limitation on data processing, and you should always mention this.
- If you use anything, like cookies or beacons, that collect personal information.
- Geolocation in regards to data.
First, we ask you to enter your company details. This will allow us to include your exact credentials in the final document. Then, you need to answer more precise questions starting with the youngest age of your users. You’re probably wondering why we need to know this, right? Let’s keep it simple.
It’s a good practice to set up your users’ minimum age because, if you don’t have it, you may be asked to comply with laws regarding minors. Of course, in the online environment, it’s difficult to check the age of your users. However, what you can always do is to include wording in your policy that states that your product or webpage is only for users over a certain age.
Editing the generated policy