Privacy Policy is a statement or a legal document (privacy law), which covers all or some of the ways the party collects, uses, discloses and manages client data or client. Personal information may be all that can be used to identify an individual, is not limited, but including your name, address, date of birth, marital status, contact information, ID, and the question period, financial statements, credit information, medical history, where you travel, and intentions to acquire goods and services. [1] In the case of a business is often a statement which expresses the Party's policy on how it collects, stores and releases personal information it collects. It informs the client that the specific information is collected, and whether it is confidential, together with its partners, or sold to other companies or businesses. [2]

Privacy is important for the modern state as based on his physical and moral autonomy of the individual. For this reason, it is worthy of constitutional protection. [3], the exact contents of this privacy policy will depend on applicable law and may have to apply the requirements of geographical boundaries and jurisdictions. Most countries have their own laws and principles, who is covered, that information may be collected and that it can be used for. In general, the data protection laws in Europe, covering the private sector and public sector. Their privacy laws apply not only to the Government, but also for private companies and commercial transactions. In North America, the privacy laws (except Quebec) are valid only in the public sector and not the private sector. However, most private sector organizations in North America, took the initiative to develop their own privacy policies and code of conduct

 

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