GDPR and CCPA compliant
Features and benefits
A complete set of features to meet your needs. All in one place.
CCPA ang GDPR ready
Quick and easy-to-fill form with lists of pre-defined choices to pick from
How it works
FillEnter your website and business details
SelectChoose which information you collect and how it is processed
Frequently Asked Questions
Privacy policies revolve almost entirely around the collection and usage of the personal information of users on a specific platform. This personal information may include but is not limited to:
- Full Names
- Physical Addresses
- Email Addresses
- Social Media Handles
- Phone Numbers
- Government ID Numbers
- Online Browsing History (Cookie Data)
- User-Generated Content
- Other Personally-Identifying Information (Health, Political Beliefs, Economic Status, Etc.)
This personal information can be collected in a number of ways. For instance, users may have the option to create accounts on your website, sign up for your newsletter, post comments, leave reviews, or make purchases. All of these interactions leave behind a data trail that can be used to personally identify the individual that performed them.
There are many laws created to require privacy policies around the world, including:
- GDPR: European Union General Data Protection Regulation
- CalOPPA: California Online Privacy Protection Act
- CCPA: California Consumer Privacy Act
- PIPEDA: Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
The most thorough privacy policies will include the following:
- Website Information – Contact information (phone numbers, mailing addresses, email addresses) as well as information about the purpose of the website.
- Data Collection and Processing Information – How your website collects user data, such as through forms, tags, cookies, third-party services, and more. This section should also make users aware of where and for how long their data will be stored.
- Data Protection and User Rights Information – Details about users’ rights, and how they can contact you to exercise those rights. You may inform users about the specific safety measures your business has taken to protect their data.
Websites should always generate their own privacy policies to avoid copyright disputes and providing inaccurate, incomplete, or misleading information. Acting with caution concerning legal compliance and with respect to customers’ privacy should always be a priority for businesses and website operators.
- Pre-Defined Third-Party Services and Options: Include more unique third-party services and options to better inform your customers of how your website operates.