Website Policies that Automatically Update as the Laws Change
Use Termageddon to help identify the privacy laws that apply to you, generate the disclosures required under these laws, and receive updates whenever these laws change (or when new ones go into effect).
The most comprehensive website policies generator on the market.
Use Termageddon to help comply with privacy laws such as the CPRA, GDPR, UK DPA, CalOPPA, PIPEDA, and more. We also help you comply with consumer protection laws, provide eCommerce disclosures, and limit your liability.
Set it & Forget it
When you embed a Termageddon policy onto a website, it will automatically be updated with newly required disclosures whenever the laws change.
All the policies your website or application needs — $10 a month, or $99 per year.
When you add a new feature or functionality, you can make unlimited changes to your website policies for no extra fee.
Answer a few questions to quickly generate any policy that is based on your specific business practices.
Alerts and Notices
Receive alerts whenever new privacy laws pass in Canada, North America, Europe and Australia so that you can stay up to date with compliance requirements.
Easily customize any policy to your liking. We will not change the sections that you customize, but will notify you if new disclosures impact your customized copy.
Complete Setup in 3 Simple Steps
Getting your website protected with Termageddon is simple!
1. Buy a License
Buy one license, which includes a set of policies to protect one website.
2. Answer Questions
Answer some questions about your business and website.
3. Copy & Paste
Copy and paste the embed code into the body of the policy page.
We help digital agencies protect their clients!
Website design agencies receive a complimentary set of policies for their own websites with no limits and no strings attached. If you love it as much as we think you will, you can become a Termageddon reseller or affiliate agency partner to help protect your clients’ websites and earn recurring revenue.
Silly Name. Serious Protection.
or $99/year with our annual plan
One license includes all policies to protect one website or application!
- Terms & Conditions Generator
- Disclaimer Generator
- EULA Generator
- Cookie Consent Solution
- Automatic Updates & Email Notifications
Termageddon is currently available for businesses formed in the United States, Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom and Australia. Please see the pricing page to see policies available per country.
Rian Kinney, Esq. CIPP/E and CIPM
Privacy & Tech Attorney
“My partnership with Termageddon has been a great experience for both myself and my clients. As a web designer, I’m excited to now have a trusted and efficient source to refer my clients to for their disclaimer policies. Hans and Donata are knowledgeable and provide amazing customer service. Highly recommended!”
The Kayflower Collective
“There are very few vendors I can recommend without hesitation — and Termageddon is at the top of that list. When it comes to policies, I don’t want to have to think about it… and with Termageddon, I don’t have to! On behalf of our 5,000+ member community; Thank you!”
Kyle Van Deusen
The Admin Bar
From the Termageddon Blog
Are web designers responsible for their clients’ policies?
We enthusiastically recommend Termageddon without reservation.
“Over the past 15 years, we’ve developed over 2,000 websites for law firms around the country. During this time, we’ve consistently found that many practices don’t know where to start when it comes to drafting privacy policies for their websites or simply don’t have the time to devote to it. Firms look to us for help in building compliant websites, so we set out to find a trusted partner that would deliver value to our clients by helping to address this concern. In vetting other providers in this space, it was clear that Termageddon has unrivaled expertise and a great product. Just like Omnizant, they are fanatical about client service and delivering a great user experience. We enthusiastically recommend Termageddon without reservation.”