Does anyone know where I can find out the new requirements by Google for our own websites about Privacy? Didn't this change or have a deadline of April and if so, what are the new requirements? I'm hunting, but only coming up with their own privacy requirements on google's official site...
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marisuewrites, Misha is right.
don't forget to change the "serve ads on your site" to "serve ads on our site"
and "ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet" to " ads to our users based on their visit to our site and other sites on the Internet "
LOL And I have it on my sites exactly like that! Thanks for pointing this out Rotem
OH wow, you guys are T O P S!!!!! Maybe that's why they de-ranked my partnershipinparenting site?? in April?? I'll get right to it!!! Did I say thanks!!!??? kissssssses!!!!
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