Privacy and data protection are mostly based on laws and regulations. Privacy laws and regulations differ from country to country. So, there is no general “good or bad” in privacy policies since you have to consider all of these law topics. Even within the EU, data protection laws aren’t exactly the same since the GDPR allows customization to a defined degree.
We published an article to help people identifying incomplete privacy policies: https://infosec-handbook.eu/blog/guide-privacy-policy/
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Even Apple, which heavily uses “privacy” talking points in their marketing has a clause stating that they can share PII with 3rd parties for whatever reason. They say they do will only do it to “enhance your experience,” but I personally don’t find that in the least convincing. They have no reason to be honest.
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