Who we are

In this section you must enter the exact address of your site as well as the name of the company, organization, or manager, and some contact information.

The amount of information that may be required to show will vary depending on your local or national work situation. For example, you may be allowed to display a physical address, a registered address, or your company registration number.

Which personal information do we collect and why

In this section, you should note that your personal information is collected from users and visitors of the site. This may include personal information, such as name, email address, personal settings; Transaction data, such as purchase information; And technical data, such as cookie information.

You should also mention any collection and storage of sensitive personal information, such as health information.

In addition to listing the personal information you collect, you should also state the reason for collecting this information. This explanation should either consider the legal basis for collecting and maintaining user information or the user’s informed consent.

Personal data is generated only by user interaction with your site. This data is also generated from technical processes such as contact forms, comments, cookies, statistics, and third-party placement.

By default, WordPress does not collect any personal information about visitors and only collects the information displayed on the profile page of the users who have registered. However, some of your plugins may collect personal information. You should add the relevant information below.


In this subsection, you should mention the information that is saved through comments. We have mentioned the data that is collected by WordPress by default.


In this section you should note what information can be disclosed by users who can upload media files.

Contact forms

By default, WordPress does not include a contact form. If you are using a contact form plugin, use this section to note what personal information you have when registering a contact form, and for how long. For example, you may note that you keep requesting a contact form for a specific period of time for customer service purposes, but you do not use the information through which it was sent for marketing purposes.


In this section, you should list the cookies your website uses, including those set by plugins, social media and analytics. We have provided cookies that WordPress installs by default.


In this section you should explain what analytics tools you use, how users can opt out of analytics tracking, and if the analytics tool provider has a privacy policy, add a link to it.

By default, WordPress does not collect any analytics data. However, many web hosting accounts collect some anonymous analytics data. You may also install a WordPress plugin that provides analytics services. In this case, add information from that plugin here.

Who do we share your information with?

In this section, you should list and list all the third-party providers you share with, including partners, cloud-based services, payment processors, and third-party service providers, and note what data And why. Adhere to your privacy policies if possible.

By default, WordPress does not share any personal information with anyone.

How long do we keep your information?

In this section you should explain how long you keep your personal information collected or processed through the website. While it is your responsibility to maintain and therefore schedule each set of data, this information should be listed here. For example, you might want to say keep analytics files for one year and customer purchase files for ten years for six months.

The rights you have over your data

In this section you should explain what your users’ rights are to their data and how they can exercise these rights.

Where do we send your data?

In this section, you should list all of your site’s data transfers outside the EU and describe the criteria by which that data is protected to European data protection standards. This could include your web hosting, cloud storage, or other third-party services.

European data protection law requires data on European residents that are transferred outside the EU to be protected to the same standards as data in Europe. So in addition to the list that goes into the data, you have to figure out how to ensure that these standards are met by yourself or your third-party providers, through an agreement such as privacy shield, model terms in your contracts, or authorized companies


In this section you should provide a contact method for privacy issues. If you are required to have a data protection officer, also fill in the full name and contact details of this person.

Additional information

If you use your site for commercial purposes and