PRIVACY POLICY PROTECTION

A simple inexpensive solution for all your policy needs

If you don’t have a privacy policy in place or you haven’t update your privacy policy, it could cost you $2,500 to $7,500 per website visitor. California’s Consumer Protection and Privacy Act (CCPA), the first comprehensive consumer privacy law passed in the United States, went into force on January 1, 2020.  Great news – There is an inexpensive simple solution.

GENERATE ANY WEBSITE POLICY FAST

Privacy Policies
Terms & Conditions
Disclaimers
End User License Agreements

COMPLETELY SETUP IN 3 STEPS

  1. Buy one installation or as many as you need.
  2. Answer some questions about your business and website.
  3. Embed the code onto your website’s footer.

SET IT AND FORGET IT

When you embed a policy onto a website, it will automatically be updated whenever the law changes.

SINGLE DASHBOARD WITH UNLIMITED INSTALLATIONS

Simplify your business with a single dashboard to manage every policy and every domain.

AUTOMATIC UPDATING

The law is constantly changing, and keeping a constant eye on when you need to update a policy can be daunting. Save yourself time and money. We update the policies, automatically, whenever changes need to be made.

What is data privacy and why does your business need to be concerned?

Several privacy laws are now in place to protect the personal information of citizens of certain states with fines that can reach $2,500-$7,500 per website visitor. Nearly a dozen states have also proposed their own unique privacy bills, some of which will allow its citizens to sue businesses for having a contact form without a compliant, up to date Privacy Policy. These states make note that businesses of any size and any location will have to comply, which is why I wanted you to be aware of what’s going on.

Websites with as little as a contact form are collecting “Personally Identifiable Information” and will need to provide a compliant Privacy Policy to its users to avoid fines or lawsuits.