Privacy Policy

You’re most likely required by the law to have one posted on your website. The applicable laws in your region or the region you’re conducting business in may require you to include and abide by certain clauses in your Privacy Policy.

For instance, in the United States, the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) requires websites that collect personal information from the residents of the state of California to include a statement in their Privacy Policy that discloses how you handle their information. Since there isn’t a way to filter out visitors from California, you’re likely required to comply with CalOPPA even if your website is ran from a location nowhere near California.

The EU’s GDPR also requires a Privacy Policy from most businesses around the world that collect any personal information – including simply an email address – from people located in the EU.

Forever 21’s Privacy Policy agreement has a separate section on California Residents that explains the rights of the residents of California in compliance with CalOPPA.