Includes These Website Protection and Compliance Documents Drafted by Attorneys and a Certified Information Privacy Professional:
It is highly likely that your free privacy notice or one created by the many flawed privacy generators does not comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the new Nevada privacy law that took effect Oct 1st, 2019, and the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that took effect on Jan 1st, 2020.
Properly drafted privacy notices are required by state, federal, and global privacy laws. Google, Bing, Facebook, and App Store also require you to have one.
** NOT SURE YOUR PRIVACY NOTICE IS CURRENT WITH THE OLD AND NEW LAWS? ASK FOR A FREE REVIEW OF YOUR PRIVACY NOTICE.
A "terms and conditions" is your contract with your users and customers. It can help protect you in many ways, including:
• protecting your intellectual property,
• limiting your legal liability,
• providing guidelines for users and members,
• determining the location for dispute resolution,
• establishing refund policies and more.
Helps protect your confidential information when having discussions with other people or companies.
Assignment of Copyright
Use this important document to transfer ownership of anything created for you by other people or contractors.
GDPR and CCPA Sample Email Opt-in Form
A sample email opt-in form with instructions to help you comply with the GDPR and CCPA when collecting emails from your website or blog. And, yes, the structure and wording of your opt-in form make a difference. An improperly worded opt-in form can limit your use of the emails you collect.
Data Protection Policy
This document is required to comply with the GDPR and data protection laws. A data protection policy is an important document that explains how your business collects and processes data. Some of the categories include:
• personal data use,
• personal data storage,
• personal data accuracy,
• security risks,
• subject access requests,
• controller responsibilities,
• employee guidelines and more.
Professional Review of Your Privacy Notice
When you finish editing your website privacy notice, you can email it to us and a Certified Information Privacy Professional will review your privacy notice to look for requirements you may have overlooked, missing information, and information you added that was not legally required that could increase your legal liability.
Website and Business Compliance Guides
- New Nevada Privacy Law Review
- New California Privacy Law Review
- New California Privacy Law Transparency Outline
- California What and Where to Disclose
- California - GDPR Compliance Framework
- A Practical Guide to GDPR Compliance
- GDPR Direct Marketing Checklist
- How to Correctly Post Your Documents
- FTC Endorsement and Testimonial Guidelines in Advertising
- How to Make Effective Disclosures in Digital Advertising