Privacy Policy Generator

Generate a complete Privacy Policy based on your individual compliance needs in less than 15-minutes!

Everyone’s Policy Needs Are Unique.

When it comes to Privacy Policies, there is no one-size fits all template that can actually protect you and your business from fines and lawsuits.

Termageddon is the only Privacy Policy generator that helps you identify your compliance needs and builds a policy based on your individual requirements.

Websites & Blogs

Online Stores

Mobile Applications

Desktop Applications

Facebook Applications

SaaS Applications

Modern Website & Application Features Require a Privacy Policy

Anything that collects personal information requires disclosure in the form of a Privacy Policy.

Contact Forms

Analytics

Video Embeds

eCommerce

Email Signups

Firewalls

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.

Your strategic advantage to helping keep your website compliant

With Termageddon, you’re not only generating a Privacy Policy, but you are also establishing a strategy to keep your policy up to date over time.

We’ll help identify applicable privacy laws

The Termageddon Privacy Policy generator will help you determine what privacy laws apply to you and will build a Privacy Policy that contains the disclosures that you need.

Automatic updates & alerts

When new privacy laws are passed or when existing privacy laws change, we will keep your policy up to date with newly required disclosures and will notify you when updates are needed.

Compliance with major privacy laws

We’re monitoring laws across the globe to help you stay compliant with regulations like:

  • Australia Privacy Act of 1988
  • California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA)
  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
  • Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act (DOPPA)
  • EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603(A)
  • Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
  • United Kingdom Data Protection Act 2018 (UK DPA)

A strategy for upcoming laws & regulations

Termageddon is currently monitoring 36 privacy bills in the US and any proposed changes to existing privacy laws in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, European Union and Australia, including:

  • California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
  • Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA)
  • Colorado Privacy Act
  • Connecticut SB6
  • Quebec Bill 64
  • Utah Consumer Privacy Act

Tens of thousands of happy customers.

Trusted as the best Privacy Policy generator for digital agencies, web designers, law firms, website owners across the globe!

“I recommend Termageddon to my Customers and legal colleagues, because they are the only Terms of Use, Privacy, and Cookie Consent generator I know that not only maintains up-to-date EU & UK GDPR, Canada, Australia (international) policies, but U.S., state specific changes which are numerous and changing on almost a daily basis.”

Rian Kinney

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!” 

Kayla Francis

The Kayflower Collective

“Termageddon is my GO-TO privacy policy generator that I recommend to ALL of my clients! For $99, you can’t beat the peace of mind and security knowing you are protected now and whenever the law changes. It’s a No Brainer!”

Charra Hammett

Owner, YourSiteNeedsMe

“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

Kyle Van Deusen, The Admin Bar

One license, All the policies you need!

For just $10 per month (or $99 per year) your license gives you access to all of our tools, generators, and policies!

Privacy Policy Generator

How you collect, use, and disclose personally identifiable information.

Terms & Conditions Generator

A statement that details the rules of using your website.

Cookie Policy Generator

A Cookie Policy explains the types of cookies you use on your website.

Cookie Consent Solution

Properly collect consent from a user prior to putting cookies on their browser.

End User License Agreement Generator

Agreement between a software vendor and a user of that software.

Disclaimer Generator

Limits the liabilities that a website owner may be responsible for.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Privacy Policy?

A Privacy Policy is a statement published on a website or application that explains how you collect, use, and disclose personally identifiable information, as well as your privacy practices. A Privacy Policy needs to contain the exact disclosures required by the privacy laws that apply to a business.

What is personally identifiable information?

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is any data that could be used to identify a specific person.

Examples of PII include:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Phone number
  • Physical address
  • IP address

PII is regulated under multiple privacy laws that can apply to businesses regardless of where the business is located. If you collect PII, you need to identify what privacy laws apply to you.

What is a privacy policy generator?

A Privacy Policy generator is a software that asks you questions about your privacy and business practices (what PII you collect, use and disclose) and then creates a customized Privacy Policy based on the privacy laws that apply to you and your business and privacy practices. The best Privacy Policy generators will also alert you when changes to existing privacy laws occur as well as when new privacy laws go into effect that require new disclosures.

Privacy Policy generators vs. Privacy Policy templates

With thousands of Privacy Policy templates available online, it may be tempting to grab a free template, put it on your website and call it a day. 

Unfortunately, this may not be the best choice for your business as a Privacy Policy template is a static document that is not customized to what your business needs, and it doesn’t take into account your specific business and privacy practices.

Privacy policy templates do not automatically update when the laws change, which could leave you out of compliance and facing a higher risk of privacy-related fines and lawsuits.

Privacy Policy generators vs. privacy attorneys

If you can afford an attorney to draft your Privacy Policy and monitor privacy bills for you, that is the best route to go for your business. Additionally, privacy attorneys are great for complex client websites, such as sites that need to comply with HIPAA (collecting protected health information), COPPA (websites that target children), or financial service provider laws. Nothing is better than working with someone that can provide you legal advice when creating your Privacy Policy! 

With that said, most small business owners can’t afford to pay thousands in legal fees just for a website policy, let alone pay ongoing for monitoring.   That is where Privacy Policy generators come into play. Privacy Policy generators are a cost effective alternative to a privacy attorney.  The benefit is significant cost savings (and usually a much faster policy generation process), but the downside is that Privacy Policy generators do not provide legal advice.  

If you decide to use a Privacy Policy generator for your website, you should consider looking at who is behind the company to verify their credentials. Make sure they have a clear strategy to help keep your policies up to date. And you should also make sure to work with a generator that is attorney friendly, so that your attorney can customize your policies however they wish, usually keeping costs significantly down when compared to writing the policy from scratch.

What laws require websites to have a Privacy Policy?

If your website has a contact form, an email newsletter signup form, or collects Personally Identifiable Information (PII) from visitors in other ways, you need a Privacy Policy. 

In fact, there are many laws that require websites to have a Privacy Policy:

  • California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA) – a privacy law that applies to any website that collects the PII of California residents.
  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) – a new privacy law that protects the PII of California residents.
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – a privacy law that protects the PII of European Union residents and applies to businesses outside of the European Union as well.
  • United Kingdom Data Protection Act 2018 (UK DPA) – a privacy law that protects the PII of United Kingdom residents and applies to businesses outside of the United Kingdom as well. 
  • Delaware Online Privacy and Protection act (DOPPA): a privacy law that applies to any website that collects the PII of Delaware residents.
  • Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603(A) – a recently amended privacy law that protects the PII of Nevada residents.
  • Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) – a privacy law that protects the PII of residents of Canada.
  • Australia Privacy Act of 1988 – a privacy law that protects the PII of Australians.
  • Colorado Privacy Act – a privacy law that protects the personal data of residents of Colorado and goes into effect July 1st, 2023.
  • Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) – a privacy law that protects the personal information of residents of Virginia and goes into effect January 1st, 2023.
  • Quebec Bill 64 – a privacy law that protects the personal information of residents of Quebec, Canada and goes into effect on 09/01/2023.
  • Utah Consumer Privacy Act – a privacy law that protects the personal data of residents of Utah and goes into effect on 12/31/2023.
  • Connecticut SB6 – a privacy law that protects the personal data of residents of Connecticut and goes into effect on 07/01/2023. 

In the United States alone, more and more states are proposing and passing their own privacy bills, which would require websites to have an updated and compliant Privacy Policy or face steep fines. We monitor these US privacy bills for you, as well as privacy law changes in Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom, and Australia, and update your Privacy Policy whenever privacy laws change (and notify you before we make any changes).

What are the penalties for not having a Privacy Policy on a website?

The penalties for not complying with privacy laws can range from $2,500 per violation (which can mean per website visitor) to €20,000,000. 

States like New York are proposing privacy bills which will enable their citizens to sue businesses, of any size and location, simply for having a contact form without an up to date Privacy Policy. 

You not only need a Privacy Policy, but you also need a strategy to keep it up to date when new laws go into effect and new disclosures are required.

Is Termageddon a legal services provider?

Although Termageddon was founded and is run by a licensed attorney, it is important to understand that Termageddon is not a legal services provider. This is what allows us to offer our tool at an affordable and accessible price to small businesses!

If you are looking for legal services, feel free to reach out to us. We would be happy to connect you with a Termageddon law firm partner or another attorney.

Protect Yourself Today with Auto-Updating Policies

Help protect your business from privacy-related fines and lawsuits. Demonstrate your respect for your website visitors’ privacy. Do all this in as little as 15 minutes.