The Privacy Policy must list the personal data collected, together with the purpose of its collection.
With iubenda, you only need to declare which services or programs your website uses to collect data. Remember that even a cookie is considered personal data. You can consult our introductive article to cookie law for additional information on the subject.

What is a Service?

We group a description of and about personal data (such as a Cookie or IP Address), the purpose of its collection (such as Analytics or Advertising) and the providers (such as Google or even your own website) into what we call services . Each service corresponds to a portion of a privacy policy, and provides all the relevant information to the end users of your website.

How do I build the Privacy Policy for my website?

To build the privacy policy, you must select every service that your website uses. It might use services provided by third-parties (such as Google Analytics or Google Adsense), or services provided by your own website (such as a newsletter or registration).
Once every service has been added, you can continue the generating process and integrate the Privacy Policy within your website.

How do I know which Personal Data my website collects?

To get an idea of the personal data collected on your website, scroll down the list of services by clicking on the “Add services” button. If you find something familiar, just click on the “add” button. Typical examples of personal data collection are for analytics (e.g. to know how many visits your website gets), data collection for advertising purposes (for the inclusion of banners etc), the collection of email addresses to keep your users up to date, registration forms etc.

iubenda may not cover some of the services you use. If this is the case, you can request it on our forum or use our custom service assistance.

If none of the services you find while scrolling down our list looks familiar, try asking the webdesigner who built your website or the person who manages it for help.