Table of Contents
- Information collected: What types of personal information the store collects from customers, such as name, email address, phone number, shipping address, and payment information
- Use of information: How the store uses customer information, including for processing orders, providing customer support, and sending promotional emails.
- Protection of information: What security measures does the store take to protect customer information from unauthorized access or disclosure
- Sharing of information: How the store shares customer information with third-party service providers, such as payment processors and shipping carriers.
- Customer rights: How customers can access, update, or delete their personal information, and what their rights are under applicable privacy laws.
Required by Law
Required by Shopify
Transparency is important because it can help customers make informed decisions about whether or not to do business with your store. If they feel that their privacy is being respected and that their data is being handled responsibly, they are more likely to trust your store and make a purchase.
By being transparent, you can also differentiate your store from competitors who may not be as forthcoming with their data collection and use practices. In the age of increasing concerns about online privacy and data security, being transparent can be a valuable way to build customer loyalty and trust.
Protection of customer data
Marketing and advertising
For example, you may use customer data to send targeted email campaigns or display personalized ads on your website. You should explain how you collect this data and the methods you use to personalize marketing and advertising efforts. Additionally, you should disclose any third-party marketing or advertising tools that you use to help run your business and how you integrate them with your store.
It’s also crucial to provide customers with a way to opt out of marketing and advertising efforts if they choose to do so. You should make it clear how customers can unsubscribe from email campaigns and how they can manage their ad preferences.
- Log in to your Shopify account and go to the admin dashboard.
- In the left-hand menu, click on Settings and then select Legal.
- If you choose to create from template, select a pre-written template or create a custom policy.
- Edit the policy as necessary to fit your business’s practices and needs.
- Go to your Shopify admin dashboard.
- Click on Online Store in the left-hand menu and then select Themes.
- Locate the theme that you are currently using for your store and click on the Actions button.
- Select Edit Languages from the dropdown menu.
- Scroll down to the Footer section and look for the text field labeled Footer menu.
- Click on Save to publish the changes.
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