Enzuzo or Termageddon: Which Privacy Policy Generator Is For You?

Comparing Policy Generators

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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Co-founder and President of Termageddon

Termageddon or Enzuzo, which of these two popular Privacy Policy Generators is right for your website?

In this blog, we will cover all the primary points that you, as a website owner, are probably looking for in a Privacy Policy Generator.




$12/month or $119/year for one license.


  • Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, Disclaimer, Cookie Policy, End User License Agreement for one website or application 
  • Cookie consent banner for up to 50,000 users sessions per month
  • All privacy laws and all clauses
  • Automatic updates
  • Unlimited edits to your policies
  • Policies with no Termageddon logo/branding




  • Includes standard policies and cookie consent banner
  • Enzuzo logo included in your policies
  • Includes a Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Cookie Banner
  • All policies are “standard” meaning that you can only put your company information and would have to pay to answer the remainder of the questionnaire


  • 1 domain
  • Custom legal policies – the policies are actually based on how you fill out the questionnaire
  • EULA
  • Returns and Shipping Policy
  • 10 data requests/month (cookie consent banner is our guess)
  • Removes Enzuzo logo from policies


  • Everything in the $9/month plan
  • 4 domains
  • Data Subject Access Request and CCPA forms
  • 50 data requests/month


  • Everything in the $29/month plan
  • 10 domains
  • Unlimited data requests 
  • Premium support 


  • Everything on the $79/month plan 
  • 20 domains 
  • Unlimited data requests 
  • Premium support 

Policies Offered


  • Privacy Policy
  • Cookie Policy
  • Disclaimer
  • End User License Agreement
  • Terms of Service (includes Cancellation Policy, Shipping Policy, Refund and Return Policy, and Acceptable Use Policy)


  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms of Service 
  • Return Policy 
  • Shipping Policy 
  • EULA

Cookie Consent Banner Offered and Features

Termageddon (in partnership with Usercentrics)

  • Covers the following privacy laws: GDPR, UK DPA, ePrivacy Directive, CCPA/CPRA, PIPEDA
  • Includes: website scanner for cookies
  • Automatically blocks certain cookies until a user accepts those cookies 
  • Includes: consent and preference tracking
  • Includes: Do not sell my personal information banner 
  • Includes: option to change the default text in the cookie consent banner
  • Includes feature for changing consent settings or withdrawing consent 
  • Termageddon’s Privacy Policy generator informs you whether you need to have a cookie consent banner


  • Covers: GDPR, CCPA, LGPD and PIPEDA 
  • Does not tell you whether you need the cookie consent banner 
  • Includes geolocation feature for EU only so if you select EU only, it would not be CCPA, LGPD, or PIPEDA compliant because it would not show in those countries. 
  • Includes option to change the default text in the cookie consent banner 
  • Does not include a do not sell my personal information banner so not really CCPA/CPRA compliant. Their website says that this is provided but when you actually go in to create a cookie consent banner, CCPA/CPRA is not an option and you do not have the option to create a do not sell my personal information banner. 
  • Does not include a cookie scanner – you must add all of the services manually and classify them yourself. 
  • Automatically blocks certain cookies until the user accepts those cookies 



  • Phone
  • Email
  • Support portal where you can send a message
  • Support portal where you can read support articles 


  • Can contact them through a page on their website
  • Help center where you can read support articles 
  • Chat 

Privacy laws covered


  • Australia Privacy Act 1988
  • CalOPPA
  • CPRA
  • GDPR
  • UK DPA 2018
  • Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603A
  • VCDPA 
  • Colorado Privacy Act
  • Connecticut SB6
  • Quebec Law 25
  • UCPA

Upcoming privacy laws that will be covered by Termageddon:

  • Iowa SF262 (effective date January 1, 2025)
  • Indiana SB5 (effective date July 1, 2026)
  • Tennessee Information Protection Act (TIPA – effective date July 1, 2025)
  • Montana Consumer Data Privacy Act (MCDPA – effective date October 1, 2024)
  • Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (TDPSA – effective date July 1, 2024)
  • Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA – effective date July 1, 2024)
  • Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act (DPDPA)


  • GDPR (this page says that it covers EU and UK, which is not the case – since UK left the EU)
  • CCPA 
  • LGPD
  • CPRA
  • Connecticut SB6
  • Colorado Privacy Act
  • UCPA 

Automatic updates


  • Automatic updates offered on all policies 
  • Updates have been made on time for every new privacy law and regulations. 
  • Has a state privacy bill tracker 


  • Say that they automatically update your policies if you are an existing customer. That being said, policies (as of the writing of this blog) don’t seem to acknowledge Brexit and didn’t update for Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603A.



  • President – Donata – Donata is a licensed attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional, as well as the Chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Committee. She is also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a member of the American Bar Association’s Science and Technology Council, and a member of the ABA’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force. 


  • Co-founder and CEO – Mate Prgin – no privacy experience
  • Co-founder Tim Tsai – no privacy experience
  • No mention of any employees having privacy experience on ‘About Us’ or LinkedIn pages.

Does it help you figure out what privacy laws apply to you? 


  • Yes. The first page of the Privacy Policy questionnaire helps determine what privacy laws apply to you. The rest of the questionnaire is based upon the disclosures required by those laws. 


  • The page in their Privacy Policy questionnaire that would determine what privacy laws apply to you is missing a handfull of privacy laws.
  • By saying you have customers in the U.S., the generator assumes laws like CCPA/CPRA applies to your website (not necessarily true).

Privacy Policy generation process


  • First page of the questionnaire actually helps determine what privacy laws apply to you; 
  • The questionnaire includes all of the questions needed to create the disclosures required by the privacy laws that apply to you; 
  • We don’t make assumptions nor insert generic information for these disclosures; 
  • Privacy Policy combines all privacy laws that apply to you and does not include separate sections for each privacy law because that practice makes no sense.


  • Shows signs of being outdated as it asks about the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, which was invalidated as a transfer mechanism in 2020;
  • Did not ask whether personal information is shared or who it is shared with; 
  • Did not ask about the legal bases of processing personal information (required under GDPR); 
  • Did not ask about who is accountable for our privacy practices (required under PIPEDA); 
  • The basic (free version Privacy Policy) includes a ton of information that appears to be random, templated information;
  • The generator did not ask about security measures but instead inserts this text, which may not be applicable. 
  • Because so few questions are asked, the final policies are missing numerous disclosures.


Look, obviously this is a Termageddon blog, so the comparison is through a biased-lens, but we do recommend Termageddon for the following reasons:

  • Policies automatically updates as the laws change or new laws go into effect
  • Founded by a privacy attorney
  • The generator actively changes what questions it asks depending on your answers and which laws apply to your website
  • Clear pricing that gets you all the policies your website needs (no up-charging along the way)

If you think Termageddon is a good fit for your website and business, you can find our Privacy Policy Generator here.

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About the Author
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Donata is the Co-founder and President of Termageddon and a licensed attorney and Certified Information Privacy Professional. She serves as the Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association's ePrivacy Committee and the Chair of the Chicago Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

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