Additionally, many third-party applications require privacy policies to use their services. Examples of this include Google Analytics, Google Play, Apple App Store, and Google AdSense.
what information you collect from website visitors
to whom you give access to the information collected (third party applications, newsletter services, analytics software, etc.)
Not only are privacy policies mandated in most countries, but they’re also a great way to build trust by keeping your marketing tactics transparent. Even if you’re not required to have one, it’s a good idea to do so anyway.
2. Customers Expect Honesty and Transparency About Privacy
People care about their privacy and want to be in charge of their information. This is especially true online, where information is often collected and stored without a user’s knowledge.
It also shows you have procedures to handle their information properly, which can help them trust your business.