Policies are an essential requirement by law for all websites hosted within the EU and many Western and Eastern Countries. The policies that you have to abide by can range from being enforced at the point of hosting (i.e. where the website is located, for example; Germany) or enforced to the point where users are embracing the content on your website. This latter point is much harder to enforce and abide by.
In order to maintain a clear strategic approach to website policies. We and we advise many of our clients to, focus on the Western and Eastern Policies that apply to the point of hosting or where the data is stored. This should protect an organisation from a policy perspective by ensuring that the standards that you maintain and adhere to a publicly visible and available for review at any point.
Website cookies are small files that are exchanged between computer programs. In general, HTTP cookies are used by websites to store user data locally and on the server-side in order to make individual functions and web applications remember certain aspects of a user such as their profile customisation, etc.
Information Privacy is the privacy of personal information and usually relates to personal data stored on computer systems. The need to maintain information privacy is applicable to collect personal information, such as medical records, financial data, criminal records, political records, business-related information or website data.