I have one on all my sites + the new Amazon disclaimer regarding kids under 13, although I only have Amazon and CJ.com links on them. I do believe that Amazon requires a privacy or at least a disclaimer*.
ETA: Disclaimer --> XXX is participant in Amazon LLC affiliate program, etc.
Good decision - I believe you don't have to add the Google double cookie dart if you don't use Adsense, but a disclaimer is nevertheless crucial on all websites.
Don't forget the European cookie disclaimer as well
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