Guidelines To Your Privacy Policy Page

Guidelines To Your Privacy Policy Page

A privacy policy page is seen in almost every website that accepts payment and is definitely needed in e-commerce platforms. Some countries impose rules for websites to display their privacy policy clearly, stating what kind of information is extracted and how the data is handled. Data privacy breach is a big issue as many months ago, we saw the chief executive officer of a well known social media company being brought to court to be questioned about a data privacy scandal.   I am the owner of Myle Enterprise and I am writing this article now. If you have seen my emcee profile, you will see that I am a law graduate and I also have graduated with a Diploma in Information Technology/Computer Science. I shall now impart some knowledge which I humbly have just gained a little insight into this privacy policy. My mother and father should be very happy to know that their hardwork and hard earned money have not...
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Event Tip : Using Picture For Your Event’s Marketing Materials

Event Tip : Using Picture For Your Event’s Marketing Materials

Here is our event tip for this week, which is about using pictures for your event's marketing materials for example to promote your event in a flyer or on your social media :   " Use an original and clear picture for the marketing materials and for your event page online. Avoid using watermarked pictures of other companies for your event."   If you do not have an original picture of your own, you can purchase pictures online. It is advisable to use a clear picture to promote your event so that it looks better for you. It will also be more professional to use a picture which is not watermarked with other company's name or organisation.    ...
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Writing Name On Name Tags

Writing Name On Name Tags

We have another event tip for name tags in this blog post, which we gave you one tip on name tags last week. Here is our tip for this week :   "When writing name on name tags for your event guests, ask the guest what is his/her preferred name to be stated. Avoid using just a first/last name if there is another person with similar first/last name."   We have attended an event where the event team registering the guests just put the last name on the name tags for all the guests. There were a few guests with the same last name and it would be harder for the guests to know who is being called when the same name is called out. Last name is your family name or surname, for example 'Leong', 'Lim' or 'Smith'. Imagine a few people with the surname Lim on their name tags and when the speaker calls out Lim, which Lim would the speaker be...
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