By personal information, we mean any information that IN one way or another identifies an individual. What is referred to as such information is:
Companies usually place privacy policies in the footer of the website. Along with that, it should be everywhere where a visitor is required to provide personal information.
Among common businesses that collect information from users are:
Users should be allowed to verify and control the nature of how their personal information is about to be used. They should be explained what actions they might take to keep their personal information private.
As per Google Analytics (GA), websites that are using GA standard features should include the following type of information in their privacy policies.
The consent of a visitor cannot have a form of inaction. It was allowed earlier but now, websites and apps notifying visitors about using cookies cannot get passive consent from them.
It means that consent to cookies should be obtained actively, for example, by clicking a button or checking a box in a pop-up window. The text that might accompany the checkbox or the button might tell different, for instance, “Yes, I give my consent,” “I am happy with this,” “I agree,” etc.