If you have been on social media in the last few days, you received an update to a privacy policy. In the wake of Facebook’s lack of protecting users’ information, privacy and users’ protection has been a hot topic. There has been an active attempt to assure users that their information is indeed protected.

But it has not just been on social media. Websites like Etsy, GoDaddy, and WordPress have also been providing the same updates. Thanks to Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which has been described as a massive overhaul of online privacy. 

What about the church?

Since the 1996 General Conference in the United Methodist Church, local churches have been encouraged to develop and follow a Child Protection Policy (CPP). This ensures that practices are in place to protect children and teens, volunteers, staff, and the church.

Here are six ways to let members and visitors know that your Policy is up-to-date.

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