Privacy policy

“I have a problem. I'm developing an application that requires users to register, then I'm saving all users' posts. I am still analyzing their activity in the app and also sending business messages to all customers. Oh, and I also need more information to keep my accounting. It says I need to inform people about this, but I can't find anywhere what that actually means. And I don't even know how to inform them."

That's exactly what you need a document called a "Privacy Policy" for.

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This includes drafting the text of an information document about the processing of personal data, which you will use to inform data subjects about how you handle their personal data.

What should the privacy policy contain?

The exact elements are set out in Articles 13 and 14 of the GDPR. You need to inform subjects:

  • Your identity and contact details;
  • if you have a data protection officer, their contact details;
  • the purposes of the processing;
  • the legal basis for the processing;
  • the legitimate interests;
  • the possible recipients or categories of recipients of the personal data;
  • transfers to third countries;
  • the period of storage of the personal data;
  • the rights of data subjects;
  • other necessary information, such as whether the provision of personal data is a legal or contractual requirement or a requirement to be included in a contract, or whether automated decision-making, including profiling, takes place.
Simply explained

The GDPR only tells you what information you must provide. So if you choose to pass on the information, for example via memes or otherwise, there is nothing to prevent you from doing so.

The wording is entirely up to you. For example, Writers' HQ ↗ use a rather expressive, but at the same time quite funny and honest style. This is how they handled informing about the right to be forgotten, for example

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Or you can contact us. We'd be happy to tailor a document that matches the language of your product.

Where nothing exists...

My app has not, does not, and will not process any personal data. Perfect! If there's no need and the personal data would not be for any purpose, it's definitely great that you don't process any data. Just watch out! But AppStore or Google Play, for example, will ask you to disclose this information document when publishing your app.

In that case, we'll give you some advice for free: "Just state that you don't process any personal data." It can even be an interesting business ploy. Ecquire, for example, has taken advantage of this:

So even if Justin Bieber asks them, unfortunately they can't provide anything! :)

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