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We also find it pretty useful to have a privacy policy on the site. People are interested in what happens in their data once they submit it. Are they going to be bombarded with SPAM if they transact with you? Are you going to send them the occasional freebie? And so on.
We have a couple of legal bods as clients. Would a free generic website privacy policy be useful?

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