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Privacy Laws in the US
CalOPPA classifies "personally identifiable information" as:
- First and last names
- Physical addresses
- Email addresses
- Telephone numbers
- Social Security numbers
- Any other contact information shared with a business either physically or online
- Details of physical appearance (height, weight, hair color)
- Any other information stored online that may identify an individual
Privacy Laws in the EU
The GDPR applies to both EU businesses as well as international businesses collecting personal data from users located within the EU.
Business Name and Contact Details
Types of Personal Data You Collect
You are required to disclose the various types of personal data you collect from users both directly and indirectly.
Why You Collect Personal Data
Privacy laws require you to collect only the personal data you need, and to explain why you need it.
How the Data is Used
How You Share Data with Third Parties
How to Opt Out of Data Collection