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Why you must have a privacy policy

Building trust in the Internet community. Many people will visit your site who are not customers or subscribers. Don't underestimate their value in assessing you as a trustworthy business person. Why? Referrals, for one.

Building customer trust. If you're doing business on the Internet, your success will hinge on the degree of trust you build with your customers. The way to build that trust is to tell visitors up front that you respect their privacy and will protect it.

If you are selling a product or service, your customers will feel more secure if they know that any information submitted to you will be used only in ways they have authorized.

Building subscriber trust. If you publish an ezine, your subscribers will feel more secure if they know that you will not forward their names or email addresses to any third party without consent.

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