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How to Update the Privacy, Terms, and Disclaimer Pages

Your website includes three primary pages to satisfy the Australian Privacy Principles (APP). The APPs are the cornerstone of the privacy protection framework in the Privacy Act 1988 and form part of your broader digital compliance architecture. The three pages are shown in your website footer.

You may access the compliance module by selecting the Compliance icon in the Website module. You may access the panels from various other areas, such as the 'Back Pages' panel menu.

Privacy Menu Icon

  Pictured: You may access the compliance module by selecting the Compliance icon in the Website module. You may access the panels from various other areas, such as the 'Back Pages' panel menu.

Links to the privacy, terms, and disclaimer pages are shown in the website footer.

Website Privacy Links

  Pictured: Links to the privacy, terms, and disclaimer pages are shown in the website footer. Links may be styled to your liking.

  The Result

The result of all pages is the same, and the method of creation is the same, so we'll show how to create and manage the Privacy Policy. The same methods applies for all policies.

Website Privacy Policy

  Pictured: The result of all pages is the same, and the method of creation is the same, so we'll show how to create and manage the Privacy Policy. The same methods applies for all policies.

The policy pages themselves may be styled, but it's normal to leave the default format.

  Creating Policy Pages in Yabber

Access the Privacy Policy, Terms, and Disclaimer creation panels via the Compliance menu.

Creating Privacy Policy

  Pictured: Access the Privacy Policy, Terms, and Disclaimer creation panels via the Compliance menu.

When entering each panel, a default policy will be shown. If you've already created a policy for editing, you should select it via the Review panel (detailed shortly). If creating a policy for the first time, use the default text as a template.

Once complete, save the policy.

Before any policy becomes active on your website, you should send it via the 'Send' panel. You will be required to step through three options: your website, type of policy (Privacy, Terms, or Disclaimer), and last the applicable policy (based on the type selected).

Privacy Policy Send

  Pictured: You will be required to step through three options: your website, type of policy (Privacy, Terms, or Disclaimer), and last the applicable policy (based on the type selected).

Once sent, the policy becomes effective immediately.

You may review all policies via the Review panel. You may edit policies via the same menu.

Review Compliance Policies

  Pictured: You may review all policies via the Review panel. You may edit policies via the same menu.

  Compliance Log

A full and complete log of all policies is required to be maintained for compliance, and Yabber will record your policies in full (all available via the Review panel). Each policy will include a start and end date as applied on your website.

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