- Drafted by an attorney and Certified Privacy Professional
- Complies with U.S. and global privacy laws
- Complies with the TOS for Facebook, Google, and the App Store
- One-time charge
- Instructions on how to post your policy correctly
Our disclaimers and policies are drafted by attorneys to help keep you in compliance with the laws that govern websites and blogs. You have immediate access to all documents after ordering. See ordering options at bottom of the page. Questions? Call 1-800-524-7116 from 9:00am - 7:00pm CST (Mon – Sat).
Here are just a few of the Internet privacy laws that affect website owners:
What if I don’t comply with this California law? The California Attorney General can take legal action against you and fine you for $2,500 per incident. In addition, an individual in California can start a lawsuit against you, even if you live in another state.
Other State Laws:
And other states like Texas, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Massachusetts have laws that could affect you as well.
U.K., Australia, Canada and Other Global Laws:
Australia, Canada, U.K., and the European Union have their own website privacy law requirements. The European Union consists of countries like the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and 23 other countries. Even if you do not live in those countries, you are expected to comply with their laws if users in those countries can access your website.
Are You Violating Google’s Terms of Service?
- Google Analytics:
- Google AdWords:
- How you are using your remarketing service.
- How your ads are shown on websites across the Internet.
- How the cookies being used serve ads based on a person’s past visits to your website.
Here is How We Can Help You…
- Cookies used on your website – (required by law)
- Web beacons used on your website – (required by law)
- Types of user information you collect – (required by law)
- Who you share user’s information with (required by law)
- How user’s personal information is used – (required by law)
- How long you keep user’s personal information for – (required by law)
- How your website responds to do not track settings – (required by law)
- How users can opt out of their PII being shared – (required by law)
- Your security policy (required by law)
- Google’s AdSense provision – (required by Google)
- Google’s Analytics provision – (required by Google)
- Provision for remarketing – (required by Google)
- Provision when using “Custom Audience Pixel” (required by Facebook)
- Computer information collected
- International data transfers
- Your email policy
- Changing or removing user’s personal information
- Links to other websites
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