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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Co-founder and President of Termageddon

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Imagine that you have old pipes in your house that need replacing because there’s water leaking everywhere. You call a plumber who says that he’ll come to your house and install new pipes and have you taken care of for free. Deal of a lifetime! Of course you say yes! Then the plumber comes and installs a new pipe with a bunch of holes in it and says, sorry if you want a proper pipe with no holes or leaks, that will be $200. That would be pretty frustrating, wouldn’t it? Well, does the same with your Privacy Policy by offering a free version that does not comply with existing privacy laws. At this point, confusing pricing models are basically a tradition in the Privacy Policy generator industry. We’re here to break that tradition. Let’s see how and Termageddon differ so that you can make an informed choice for your business and your website. Termageddon
Pricing Offers a free option that does not comply with any privacy laws.

Charges extra for using Google Analytics ($12),

Charges extra for using third-party payment systems ($12),

$29 for CCPA compliance.

$29 for GDPR compliance.

$12 for CalOPPA compliance.

Privacy Policy alone can add up to $204.

$12per month or $119 per year
Policies offered Privacy Policy

Cookies Policy

Return and Refund Policy


Terms and Conditions

End User License Agreement

Privacy Policy (which includes the Cookie Policy)

Terms and Conditions (which includes the Return and Refund Policy)


End User License Agreement

Used for Websites, blogs, e-commerce stores, applications, and SaaS apps. Websites, blogs, e-commerce stores, digital services, Facebook applications,

desktop applications, mobile applications and SaaS apps.

Support Email Email, phone and chat
Automatic updates No Yes
Headquarters Unknown Chicago, IL

As you know, there is basically zero point in creating a Privacy Policy that does not comply with any of the existing privacy laws. Using basic compliance as an upsell is just plain old wrong, especially when you take into account the fact that a lot of people may not even know what GDPR is and, using it as an upsell, seems like GDPR compliance is a luxury, not a requirement when that is simply not the case. We hope that this blog post has helped you make a more informed decision!

Protect yo’ self,
Team Termageddon

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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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