The above notice probably does not describe your privacy practices exactly. You need to personalize your statement to fit your business practices. Here are some sample clauses that you can use to help describe other specific practices that fit your business model.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: This sample privacy notice and/or any guidance given by BBB applies to the BBB Code of Business Practices and does not attempt to provide legal advice or claim that this sample notice satisfies legal requirements which may apply to your website, mobile application, or other online service. Moreover, BBB requires businesses conducting e-commerce to post a notice, however applicable laws may be broader in scope and require this of a wider range of websites, mobile applications, or other online services. Please be aware that different jurisdictions (federal, state, and/or foreign countries) may have their own privacy requirements that may apply to anyone capable of reaching your website, mobile application, or other online service, even if they are not your intended customer base.
Privacy notice requirements are subject to change. You should make it a policy to regularly review your privacy notice and practices to ensure you are keeping up with changes to applicable laws, industry practices, and technology.
Safeguarding privacy is not done by simply adding a privacy notice. You must also implement the proper policies, procedures, and safeguards and ensure your employees, independent contractors, agents, and/or 3rd party partners as well as the technologies you employ, are appropriate in accordance with applicable laws.