- Never ask for more information than is necessary. If you do not require a customer’s date of birth to provide services, do not ask for it. …
- Write in plain language. …
- Customize to your business. …
- Implement good information practices.
Your public data: Facebook allows you to make certain information private, or to make all of your information public. … All public information can be seen by anyone, even if they do not have a Facebook account. And “anyone” includes other websites, games, and various Web applications.
- Go to Google Sites and create a new site.
- Click Publish and give your site a name.
- Go to your Facebook Developer Dashboard.
- In the left navigation menu, click on Settings, then click on Basic in the submenu.
- Take the time to consider and review your information collection requirements and practices.
- Establish a comprehensive list of all places on your site where you collect personal information from users, both directly and indirectly.
- Identify all third parties that may be collecting information from your users.
Your policy should disclose that your site will collect and maintain personal information provided by its users, including their names, addresses, mobile telephone numbers, email addresses, and so forth.