But first, let’s answer some frequently asked questions.
All that is required to trigger this obligation is the presence of a simple contact form, Google Analytics, a cookie or even a social widget: if you’re processing any kind of personal data, you definitely need one.
If you are doing most of the work for your website, you are the one that knows best about your practices. You know if you’re using Google Analytics, Mailchimp, a contact form, Facebook Like buttons or making use of any other practice that involves the personal data of your visitors/users.
Let’s get it out there: hiring a specialized lawyer for your privacy policies, terms of service and other legal documents is the safest way for legal compliance: they will examine your site & situation, work out the legal issues and hopefully create a good policy for you. There’s no question however, that you will have to invest considerable time and money.
Our approach to privacy policies is the following:
It’s as easy as that because our legal team have already done most of the work, handling all the legal documents and texts. It means we have pre-written all of 1700+ clauses for various services out there like Google Analytics and others. It also means you can just sign up, choose a few services and then use the policy we generate for you on your site within a few minutes.
Our most popular clauses like:
are free for any basic policy and can be used on your site without any further ado.