After completing the policy, click to the next screen…then waaaay down past the up-selling ads to the small text link at the bottom, then the next pop-up window has another link starting with ‘No Thanks…’ and they’ll send you an email with your user name and pswd. From there, log in and viola! There it is. Apparently you can create multiple policies. Great if you’ve got multiple business interests.
Click on Edit/View and copy the HTML code from the lower box and put it on your ‘privacyPolicy.html’ page (or whatever you call it).
Remember, in California, you must put the policy on the home (or very next) page and the link must contain the word ‘Privacy’.
In the formatting of the policy text, I found a few instances of unwanted semicolons. I got rid of them with a simple find-replace:
find: <br />;
replace: <br />
Next up, it’s a good idea to start on a personal note. Write a bit as an intro using a conversational tone. Something like:
ZANKME is committed to protecting your data.
Here is how ZANKME uses the data it collects and safeguards your personal information you provide: