A Mobile App GDPR Privacy Notice Is Required by Law
Download a professionally drafted mobile app privacy notice to avoid fines and legal liability. Mobile app sellers are required by U.S. and global privacy laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to post a legally compliant privacy notice in their mobile app. Google and Apple also have new stricter privacy requirements for mobile app owners.
Our mobile app privacy notice contains the legally required disclosures and language to help mobile app owners comply with the new Internet privacy laws.
- Complies with Google Play Store, iTunes App Store and Facebook.
- Helps you comply with the U.S. and global privacy laws including the very strict General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
- Helps you comply with and new California Consumer Privacy Act that takes effect in 2020.
- Download in an easy-to-edit Word document, or let us completely customize one for you.
- Drafted by an attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional.
- Includes easy-to-use instructions.
Mobile App Sellers are Violating U.S. and Global Privacy Laws
Many mobile app sellers are in violation of U.S. and global privacy laws because of an outdated privacy notice, a notice that is not properly posted, or no privacy notice at all.
Fines for privacy violations start at $2,500 per incident.
Mobile App Privacy Notice Package
Drafted by an Attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional
Option 1 • Download a Mobile App Privacy Notice to Comply With the GDPR, California, and Global Privacy Laws in an Easy to Edit Word Document.
Option 2 • Everything in Option #1 Plus Yearly Legal Updates for Your Mobile App Privacy Notice as the Laws Change.
Option 3 • We Customize Your Privacy Notice for You to Comply With the GDPR, California, and Global Privacy Laws. Includes a Complete Review of Your Mobile App.
Questions? Call us at 1-800-963-2902.
New Laws are Being Passed
The majority of mobile app privacy policies are not compliant.
As new privacy laws are passed, they have been followed by an increase in enforcement actions and fines by regulatory agencies against mobile app owners because of privacy violations. Problems arise because mobile apps gather and use information about users that is not disclosed correctly in their privacy notice.
The majority of privacy notices in mobile apps are not compliant with the new privacy laws, especially the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). According to a FTC survey, only 50% of mobile apps had a direct link to their privacy notice from their page in the App Store. Even fewer sellers had a link to their privacy notice in their mobile app, which is not compliant.
The new GDPR, Google, and Apple requirements will make almost all current mobile app privacy notices noncompliant unless they are significantly updated.
Not Disclosing The Information Your Mobile App is Collecting
Full disclosure is necessary.
It is not enough just to have any privacy notice for your mobile app. Your privacy notice is required to have specific provisions and disclose all the personal information your mobile app collects, how it collects it, who it is shared with, how it's protected, and other disclosures. If your app collects a user’s location, there are additional disclosures that you must have.
We do the work for you.
We provide full easy-to-use instructions with your order, but if you are unsure of how to edit and customize this privacy notice for your mobile app, we offer a customization service where we do the work for you.
This means a Certified Information Privacy Professional will customize your privacy notice specifically for your mobile app. For more information, see the ordering options on this page, or call us at 1-800-963-2902.
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