Managing a Facebook Page for your business isn't as simple as it seems
Ways of selling products and promoting them have certainly changed over the past decade. Beyond most businesses having websites now, many also promote and sell products through Facebook.
But what about when it comes to social media? And further, what about your business’s page on Facebook? Here we will outline everything you need to know about privacy policies for businesses who manage a Facebook Page.
What will your Facebook Page do?
Privacy policies are so vital because it informs a user about the information you’re going to collect about them, and how it will be used. From this, a customer can decide whether they’re willing to give up this information to use your site (or Facebook page). The key here is that a user consents to this information being collected. On Facebook, data is not only shared by what users do personally on the site, but also any transactions or business pages they visit.
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Jackie is the Content Manager at Lawpath and manages the content team. She has a Law/Arts (Politics) degree from Macquarie University and is an admitted solicitor in the Supreme Court of NSW. She's interested in how technology can help shape the future legal landscape.