Don't forget to have a link to your privacy notice at the point on your website where you collect personal data such as on the contact us page and on any signups for your newsletter or other freebies, in addition to any online sales pages and order forms.
Remember you do not ask people to “consent” or “agree” to your privacy notice, but rather you advise them of your privacy notice with wording such as “we collect and process your personal data in accordance with our privacy notice” – and then link through to your privacy notice. Also I would avoid using wording such as “we will never share your personal data with third parties” because there is a good chance that that is an untrue statement, as you will no doubt be sharing personal data with your CRM provider, your email service provider, your freelancers and more…
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