What personal data do you collect and why do you collect it
How you use personal data
With whom you share personal data
What measures do you take to protect personal data
How long do you retain personal data
What rights do users have with respect to their personal data
What Should Be Included in a Privacy
The first step is to find and edit the privacy template
Your WordPress site will automatically generate a policy with a few personalized details. You can edit sections, including comments, cookies, and media:
You can read the default information, and tweak it to fit your needs, such as How long we retain your data, What rights you have over your data, and Who we share your data with.
If you’re satisfied with your disclosure, click on Publish. You can also preview your disclosure by selecting Preview:
It is important to keep in mind that publishing this page will override any previous privacy policies.
Menus > Appearances:
On the right-hand side, you can drag the page to the order you want, and then click on Save Menu at the bottom left.
Using the WP AutoTerms Plugin, we will create custom disclosures that comply with GDPR, Amazon Associates affiliate disclosures, and more.
The first step is to install and activate the WP AutoTerms plugin
Installing and activating the WP AutoTerms plugin is the first step. Go to Plugins > Add New:
In the search bar, type “WP AutoTerms”:
Once WP AutoTerms has been installed and activated, it should appear in the left menu sidebar.
Does it also contain a section called What kind of personal information do you collect from users? Here, you can check boxes for names, email addresses, phone numbers, and physical addresses.
Take the time to fill out this information accurately so that you can make a detailed disclosure. Other questions will also be asked, such as whether you use Google AdSense advertising and whether you will disclose any data to law enforcement agents.
Publish the page or preview it on the front end from there:
You can also add this page to your menu, as we showed you in the previous tutorial. Voila! You have now created a valid privacy page for your WordPress site.