The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) enacted by the European Union in the Spring of 2018 has caused a strong movement across the U.S. to comply with its policy, even though it applies only to the rights of European users. Most think that a U.S. law mirroring the regulations will be enacted at some point, and there is always a chance that a European user will come across and interact with your website as well.
You are the only one who can be responsible for editing this page so that it is in compliance with the current U.S. legal requirements or best practices.
An SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate is also highly recommended. A site that uses SSL will say “https” instead of “http” at the beginning of its address. It encrypts information being uploaded to your website, such as a credit card payment, form submission, or comment on your blog. It enhances the security of your site, and Google has been campaigning for quite some time now to get all websites to use this protocol.