Writing the Privacy document

Use the Privacy template to explain your organizations policy on privacy. The most common usage for this would be to include privacy policy or statement that describes how you collect use and protect any information given to you but you could also use this to describe how you would ensure someones physical privacy and security. Introduce the topic of privacy here and explain its importance in the context of your proposal. Will you be asking for personal information or photos. Explain why you need such data. Describe your privacy policy here. How will you protect the privacy of your customers. Are you required by federal state or local privacy regulations to ensure that information is kept private. If yes you may want to cite those laws in your description. Will you save the data you collect or discard it as soon as transaction is complete. If you save information how will you protect it from usage by unauthorized personnel. How will your customers be able to update or correct the information you keep about them. Will you share that data with others. If so list the parties with whom you will share and the reasons why you will share the information. Can your clients prevent you from sharing. This is often referred to as opting out of policy. If your clients have the option of requesting that you not follow your regular policy then explain what the clients must do to prevent your sharing of their information.

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Use the Privacy template to explain your organization's policy on privacy. The most common usage for this would be to include a privacy policy or statement that describes how you collect, use, and protect any information given to you, but you could also use this to describe how you would ensure someone's physical privacy and security.

 

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Writing the Privacy document

Use the Privacy template to explain your organizations policy on privacy. The most common usage for this would be to include privacy policy or statement that describes how you collect use and protect any information given to you but you could also use this to describe how you would ensure someones physical privacy and security. Introduce the topic of privacy here and explain its importance in the context of your proposal. Will you be asking for personal information or photos. Explain why you need such data. Describe your privacy policy here. How will you protect the privacy of your customers. Are you required by federal state or local privacy regulations to ensure that information is kept private. If yes you may want to cite those laws in your description. Will you save the data you collect or discard it as soon as transaction is complete. If you save information how will you protect it from usage by unauthorized personnel. How will your customers be able to update or correct the information you keep about them. Will you share that data with others. If so list the parties with whom you will share and the reasons why you will share the information. Can your clients prevent you from sharing. This is often referred to as opting out of policy. If your clients have the option of requesting that you not follow your regular policy then explain what the clients must do to prevent your sharing of their information.

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The editable Privacy template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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