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Including Within Your Privacy Policy Or Data Subprocessor List
Including Within Your Privacy Policy Or Data Subprocessor List

Details on how to include Within Your Privacy Policy Or Data Subprocessor List

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Written by Lee Smith
Updated over a week ago

If you are a customer of that operates in compliance with GDPR or CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) then you may wish to consider disclosing the use of our platform to your visitors by including a link to our privacy policy for your users to view as part of your public-facing data processing agreement.

This link would most often be located on a privacy policy page or wherever you have chosen to host a list of your named data subprocessors.

It is common for businesses to list what tools they use that interact with customer and web visitor data, e.g Google Analytics, website chatbots & other tools that interact or capture your visitor’s data.

Example subprocessor table

Although many privacy policies cite their subprocessors (or may refer to them broadly as 'third parties') by including the relevant link to their subsequent privacy policy you give your visitors an easy and transparent way to directly view how their data may be processed.

Based upon what is stated under GDPR in Article 13(1)e it is preferred that you declare the identity of recipients of the personal data if any, that your business processes.

If you wish to disclose the category of personal information collected according to CCPA, would fall under the designation: internet information.

By also letting your visitors know that you perform due diligence to evaluate the privacy, information security and data protection activities that your subprocessors perform you can further ensure their peace of mind when it comes to displaying compliance in line with GDPR and CCPA.

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