Privacy policy is important to the modern state, because grounded in it is the individual's physical and moral autonomy.\r\n For this reason, it is worthy of constitutional protection.
\r\n The exact contents of a privacy policy will depend upon the applicable law and may need to address requirements across geographical boundaries and legal jurisdictions.\r\n Most countries have their own legislation and guidelines of who is covered, what information can be collected, and what it can be used for.\r\n In general, data protection laws in Europe cover the private sector as well as the public sector.\r\n
\r\n Their privacy laws apply not only to government operations but also to private enterprises and commercial transactions. \r\n In North America, privacy laws (except in Quebec) apply only to the public sector, not to the private sector. \r\n
\r\n However, most private sector organizations in North America have taken the initiative to develop their own privacy policies and codes of conduc\r\n