– Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (USA)
– California Online Privacy Protection Act (USA)
– General Data Protection Regulation (EU)
– Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (Canada)
– Data Protection Act (UK)
– Privacy Act (Australia)
Although some of those laws have been around for decades, people have only realized the importance of protecting their data in recent years. The Cambridge Analytica data harvest scandal has opened the eyes of millions on just how valuable their data is. You can be sure governments will be enforcing these laws even more, either by their own volition or pressure from the public.
– What information you collect
– What information you do NOT collect
– How you use the information.
– Do you share the information? If so, how?
– How you secure the information
By the way, make sure your new privacy uses an easy-to-understand language. If you have the capital to hire a lawyer to write the policy for you, ask him to dumb it down so people can understand it easily.