One of the most important concepts in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is transparency. Individuals own their personal data. As a company that’s involved in processing that personal data, you must disclose everything that you do with it. This is why having a Privacy Policy is so important.

A Privacy Policy is mandatory under many privacy laws. And under the GDPR, it’s one of the most important documents your company has. It’s the only way to demonstrate to your customers, and to the authorities, that you take data protection seriously.

A GDPR Privacy Policy is sometimes called a GDPR Privacy Statement or a GDPR Privacy Notice.

Let’s take a look at what the law requires, and how you can adapt your Privacy Policy to suit the context of your business