Ligalio Blog

Welcome to our blog! Here you can read our thoughts about the GDPR, privacy policies and more.


| Posted by Miks Ulmanis

Can I Copy a Privacy Policy to Save Money?

One of the most common questions we get from early-stage startups is – can I copy a privacy policy from someone else? Or from a competitor? Here we explain why copying a privacy policy is a bad idea and what are the alternatives!


| Posted by Miks Ulmanis

New Google Play Privacy Policy Requirements

From July 20, 2022, all Google Play Store apps must have a privacy policy and a filled out Google's data safety form to provide details about how the app collects, uses and shares user data. If apps don't comply with the new rules, Google can reject new app submissions and remove existing apps from the Google Play Store.


| Posted by Miks Ulmanis

Is Google Analytics Illegal in the EU?

Recently, the French and Austrian Data Protection Authorities declared that Google Analytics is illegal. As other EU countries are likely to follow, businesses should be careful when using Google Analytics in the context of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Read more to find out what this might mean for you and your business.


| Posted by Miks Ulmanis

The Ultimate Privacy Policy Guide

In this artcile we answer: What is a privacy policy? What is personal data? Why is GDPR relevent? Who needs to have a privacy policy and what are the fines if you don't have one? Where to get a privacy policy and more!


| Posted by Miks Ulmanis

Article 6 GDPR and How to Apply It

Under article 6 GDPR, each data processing activity requires an appropriate legal basis. There are six legal bases that you can use. They are important because you must include in your privacy policy the legal bases that you rely on. If you don't, you can face hefty fines.



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