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"Does my website have to publish a privacy policy?" What Gisle Hannemyr's comment states might be misleading. Technically speaking you need to inform your users, but the standard way to do so is by ha …
answered Jan 7 '13 by Andrea Giannangelo
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You're subject to the laws of the Country where your business is legally based and/or bases the operations. Cross-country legal enforcement (privacy in particular) lives in a grey area and - for examp …
answered Sep 24 '12 by Andrea Giannangelo
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I'm the founder of a service for generating privacy policies, which happens to be based in Italy, so I know very well Italian laws on the topic. In your case and according to Italian laws, the Data C …
answered Jun 20 '13 by Andrea Giannangelo
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Every website using Google Analytics is required to provide a privacy policy. You can generate a Google Analytics compliant privacy policy with iubenda: http://www.iubenda.com (I'm the founder ;) )
answered Jul 25 '12 by Andrea Giannangelo