The audit page is where visitors see all the information a website collects from users before they can complete their purchase.
For example, you can see if the site has a credit card reader or if you can enter your credit card number on the site.
But the audit page also contains a collection of information about the website and what it collects, so you can monitor it to see if it collects any personal data, like credit card information.
The information that’s collected can be used to help determine if the website collects information that violates the Privacy Act or other applicable laws.
The Privacy Act of 1974, for example, requires a site to collect information about your personal information that identifies you, such as your name, address, email address, and telephone number.
Privacy Act section 7.2, Privacy Act, requires that the collection and use of personal information by a service is necessary for the proper operation of that service and the proper performance of its obligations under this Act.
For the Privacy Agency, that means that the site’s collection and/or use of information is necessary to ensure compliance with this Act and that the information is kept secure and confidential.
It’s important to note that the privacy act is specific about what personal information is required to be collected.
The act requires that: the data be used for the purposes for which it was collected;