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Shopify has made it incredibly easy for businesses to build an online store with a sleek and streamlined dashboard that allows the sale of products via social media, digital marketplaces, blogs, emails, and other public forums.
Shopify’s interface is incredibly straightforward and user-friendly when it comes to setting up a privacy page.
As mentioned earlier, most data protection regulations require websites to have privacy policies. Here’s where some major regulations stand on the matter:
The GDPR has been the blueprint for several data protection regulations globally. It remains one of the most comprehensive pieces of legislation on the subject. Hence, it is no surprise that there are detailed provisions about what information a data controller should provide to their data subjects.
The PIPEDA, as per its principle of Openness, requires organizations to be open about their policies and practices regarding the management of personal information.
The CPRA regulations have reasonably specific requirements for the privacy policies that websites should have. The Californian regime places emphasis on transparency in relation to a business’ practices and facilitation of the provision of information regarding consumer privacy rights.
Shopify stores, like most other online platforms, now find themselves subject to multiple data regulations owing to their operations in different countries. Compliance with these regulations can often be complicated, but automation can make this task much easier.
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