Privacy Policy Change Notice Free

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Last updated   2020-03-30 16:30:15
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A website or mobile application can use this Privacy Policy Change Notice to inform its users about a newly made update or change to its Privacy Policy.

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A website or mobile application can use this Privacy Policy Change Notice to inform its users about a newly made update or change to its Privacy Policy.

From time to time, a website/mobile application has to renew its privacy policies, as new or updated laws get published by the government and is a relatable statute to the company's policy. The law also requires to inform the users of updated privacy policies'.

Since the primary Privacy Policy document is broad and contains all of the details about the website/mobile app owners' identities and other specific information related to the company's data, the Privacy Policy Change Notice is straightforward itself. The main purpose of the notice is to notify the users of the changes in the categories of data processing.

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How to use this document How to use this document

The document is quite easy to fill, as it only contains the required information to be given to users - details of the name and URL of the website/the name of the mobile app. Also, the person filing the document will have to enter information about the new Privacy Policy, when and where it will be published. The particular changes have to be specified in the document as well.

A completed document should be emailed to users and published on the website/mobile app to read. Users need every opportunity to be informed of how their data will be processed and how it has changed, so the more conspicuous the Privacy Policy Change Notice can be, the better.

Applicable law Applicable law

No set of laws or regulations outline what must be put into a Privacy Policy Change Notice. However, website and mobile app disclosures are governed under U.S. Common Law and the advertising and privacy laws of the Federal Trade Commission, as well as the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, for those companies which may process the data of EU citizens.

 

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