Website Privacy Policies Generator


Launch day for your new marketing website or ecommerce website should be one of excitement.  But did you remember to include a Privacy Policy? It’s an often-overlooked area that your website designer may not have informed you about. In your angst to publish a policy, you may be tempted to copy one from another website, just replacing company names.  Or you may Google “free privacy policy generator”, putting your trust in some unknown entity.  All these shortcuts can result in legal trouble, changing your day one launch into a nightmare.

That’s why Terzetto Digital has partnered with Termageddon, a comprehensive website policies generator.  It will update your policies when privacy laws change or new privacy laws go into effect, helping you stay compliant and avoid privacy-related fines and lawsuits, and they do it at a fraction of the cost of a lawyer. Although Termageddon is a technology company (not a legal services provider), it was founded by a privacy and contracts lawyer.

Website Privacy Policy regulations are constantly changing, plus the rules can vary between states. For example, The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) applies to businesses that have annual gross revenue of over $25 million regardless of where the revenue is derived from. In contrast, the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) only applies to businesses in Colorado where the products or services are intentionally targeted to residents of Colorado.  The implication is that you might need to comply with both privacy policies as a Colorado business.

At the end of 2021, there were three states that had enacted consumer privacy laws (California, Colorado, and Virginia).  However, there are 11 other states with pending consumer privacy legislation, meaning that over 25% of the United States could have website privacy regulations in 2022.  If you are interested in knowing more, please review the Termageddon State Privacy Bill Tracker for more details.

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