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Privacy Policy

A legal disclaimer

The information and explanations provided on this page serve as general and high-level guidance for the formulation of your own Privacy Policy. It is essential not to interpret this article as legal advice or recommendations concerning your specific circumstances, as we lack prior knowledge of the precise privacy policies you intend to establish between Convelabs and your customers or visitors. We strongly advise seeking legal counsel to ensure comprehension and assistance in crafting your bespoke Privacy Policy.

Privacy Policy - the basics

Having said that, a privacy policy is a statement that discloses some or all of the ways a website collects, uses, discloses, processes, and manages the data of its visitors and customers. It usually also includes a statement regarding the website’s commitment to protecting its visitors’ or customers’ privacy, and an explanation about the different mechanisms the website is implementing in order to protect privacy. 


Different jurisdictions have different legal obligations of what must be included in a Privacy Policy. You are responsible to make sure you are following the relevant legislation to your activities and location.

What to include in the Privacy Policy

Generally speaking, a Privacy Policy often addresses these types of issues: the types of information the website is collecting and the manner in which it collects the data; an explanation about why is the website collecting these types of information; what are the website’s practices on sharing the information with third parties; ways in which your visitors and customers can exercise their rights according to the relevant privacy legislation; the specific practices regarding minors’ data collection; and much, much more. 

To learn more about this, check out our article “Creating a Privacy Policy”.

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