- What data you collect from consumers or website users
- How you use that data
- Steps you have taken to protect that data
- It is often wise to inform customers that their information will only be used for the current transaction in question. You may want to get written and informed consent if you intend to sell data or use it in any other way.
- Give customers information they need to make a grievance or complaint should they have an issue with how their data was used.
- Under the law, you must tell website users how they can opt out of your privacy policies. If you do not, you may face civil or even criminal penalties.
- Know the unique protections for children who are 13 and younger that are required by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection.
Call a Houston Business Lawyer to Learn More
A skilled business attorney will be able to advise you regarding all relevant federal and Texas laws with which you must comply. If you have any questions or legal concerns, please do not wait to call The Weisblatt Law Firm at 713-352-0847 or contact our office online for more information.
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