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7. Compliance pages - Explained

Compliance pages serve a pivotal role in bridging the gap between your store's data practices and the transparency expected by various data protection regulations. These pages, along with Request Emails and Pages, form a comprehensive system to handle customer data requests efficiently and compliantly.

To gain a deeper understanding of the function and importance of these components, it’s advisable to consult the following resources:

Compliance pages and Request Emails and Pages - Explained

This article will elucidate the interplay between Compliance pages and the mechanism through which customers can make requests concerning their data.

Once you have a foundational understanding, the next step is to make these pages accessible to your customers:

Data Collection Text - Explained

This guide provides step-by-step instructions on finding and accessing your GDPR Compliance page.
How can I add the GDPR page to my store front?

Follow these steps to ensure your GDPR page is visible and accessible from your store's front end, allowing customers to learn about and exercise their rights with ease.

For stores operating in the United States, it's crucial to include a specific link for customers to opt-out of data selling, in accordance with the US Customer Privacy laws:
How can I add a US Laws "Do Not Sell Rule" link to the store footer?

And if you're operating in Canada or Japan, you may also need to set up PIPEDA or APPI pages to comply with local data protection laws.

Each region may have its unique requirements, so it's essential to tailor your Compliance pages to the specific laws of the countries you operate in. Should you require any assistance or encounter any issues while setting up these pages, the support team is always available. Contact them at, where expert help is just an email away.

Updated on: 08/02/2024

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