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Keeping Law – Policy & Privacy PCI Compliance

One of the most overlooked aspects of a website is a denial of justice such as the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. This article is designed to help you prepare necessary documents on the web in accordance with federal law and Google (and other Search Engine) for the best practices. For more information, you may also check this link for the detailed Policy & Privacy Law.

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This Privacy Policy is very important. It details in writing how you collect, treat, and use the information you receive from customers and the people who visit your website. Do not have a Privacy Policy that affects your SEO rankings, and more importantly, is required by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for all online businesses located in the United States.

You need a privacy policy to incorporate the following elements:

* How do you gather information from your website visitors and customers?

* You have to explain the details of what information you collect from your visitors to your advertising customers.

* You have to convey and describe what you do with all that information. How to be stored and storage area.

* You must provide direction for how visitors or customers can change or delete information.

* Disclosure of others you will share information with.

PCI Standards

The PCI standards require your business to do the following:

* Protect data that is stored with you.

* Implement security systems and applications for example firewalls and antivirus software.

* Have a firewall at all times to protect data

* Use anti-virus software and have it updated regularly.


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