Use a Privacy Policy generator to help protect your business from privacy-related fines and lawsuits.

What is a Privacy Policy?

A Privacy Policy is a statement provided on a website that explains how you collect, use, and disclose personally identifiable information.

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:

  1. Name;
  2. Email;
  3. Phone number;
  4. Physical address.

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:

    1. California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA) – a privacy law that applies to any website that collects the PII of California residents;
    2. California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) – a new privacy law that protects the PII of California residents;
    3. 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;
    4. 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; 
    5. Delaware Online Privacy and Protection act (DOPPA): a privacy law that applies to any website that collects the PII of Delaware residents;
    6. Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603(A) – a recently amended privacy law that protects the PII of Nevada residents;
    7. Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) – a privacy law that protects the PII of residents of Canada;
    8. Australia Privacy Act of 1988 – a privacy law that protects the PII of Australians;
    9. Colorado Privacy Act – a privacy law that protects the personal data of residents of Colorado and goes into effect July 1st, 2023.
    10. 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.
    11. And more.

New privacy laws affecting websites are being proposed and passed

In the United States, 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 privacy bills for you and update your Privacy Policy whenever privacy laws change.

Penalties for not having a Privacy Policy

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

We monitor privacy laws for you and automatically update your Privacy Policy when the laws change.

The Termageddon Privacy Policy generator can be used for:

    1. eCommerce websites;
    2. Brochure websites;
    3. Blogs;
    4. Mobile applications;
    5. Desktop applications;
    6. Facebook applications; and
    7. SaaS applications.


    1. All compliance and clauses included. Full protection for one price;
    2. Automatic updates. We monitor privacy laws and will update your Privacy Policy when new laws go into effect so that you stay compliant;
    3. Written and reviewed by real privacy attorneys certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals;
    4. Set up takes only 15 minutes or less.

What does the Privacy Policy include?

  1. Compliance with CalOPPA, GDPR, CCPA, UK DPA, Australia Privacy Act and more;
  2. Cookie notice;
  3. Analytics disclosures;
  4. Protection from liability and fines.

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What is a Privacy Policy generator?

A Privacy Policy generator is a software that asks you questions about your data management practices (what PII you collect, use and disclose) and then creates a customized Privacy Policy based on your needs and answers.

Privacy Policy generator vs. template

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 a best choice for your business as a Privacy Policy template is a static document that is not customized to what your business needs and does not take into account your specific processes. Privacy Policy templates also 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 generator vs. privacy attorney

While privacy attorneys are a great solution for large businesses with large budgets, the truth is that the service of having a privacy attorney write your Privacy Policy is often too expensive for small businesses and startups. On top of the large initial fees, there may also be ongoing fees for the attorney to monitor and update the policies when the laws change. Termageddon’s policies have been written and reviewed by privacy attorneys so you know that you are getting the best of both worlds – a comprehensive Privacy Policy at an affordable cost.

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