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Privacy policy for Google’s (invisible) reCAPTCHA

🖋 This article has recently been posted/updated: July

As you probably know, and we keep repeating at iubenda, a privacy policy should be on every online site. At least on sites with a commercial intention.

If your site has a reCAPTCHA widget installed, then this rule applies as well.

In fact, Google requires you to have a privacy policy ready for your users and lets you know that. As soon as you try to get your invisible ReCaptcha ready, Google tells you:

“You agree to explicitly inform visitors to your site that you have implemented the Invisible reCAPTCHA on your site and that their use of the Invisible reCAPTCHA is subject to the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.”

This is all very good, but as is Google’s practice, you won’t find any help writing a privacy policy for your site.

This is what iubenda is here for. The reCAPTCHA integration clause is part of our free tier, so you can go right ahead and try it out.

If you are concerned with blocking the reCAPTCHA script before the user has consented, then you can do so with our Cookie Solution. Read more on the topic in our docs.

Generate your privacy policy for Google reCAPTCHA


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