When it comes to privacy and consumer protections, the landscape has changed in the last few years. In fact, it has changed so much that legislators are rushing to the podium to present their new privacy laws and spend significantly more time speaking about the importance of privacy and the overreaching of big tech than ever before.
While it is easy to assume that only large companies need to be worried about these things, such assumptions are, unfortunately, wishful thinking. Small business owners have the responsibility to inform their customers what information they collect on their websites, what they do with that information and who they share it with.
Option 1: Use a Template
The short of it is: unless you’re a lawyer who is willing to spend countless hours researching privacy laws and keeping up to date with those laws, a template just isn’t going to be your best choice. While you can find a template online for free, most templates do not have all of the necessary protections, are not written correctly and are not up to date with the most recent laws.
Option 2: Hire an Attorney
Your second choice is hiring an attorney to write the policies for you. Take it from a lawyer – unless you are in a very specific industry (e.g. you need compliance with HIPAA or your website is geared towards children), you’re going to pay way too much for the policies to be written.
While having an attorney write this for you is the preferred method, most small businesses just cannot afford that. Most small businesses also cannot afford to wait for weeks for policies to be written when the likelihood and cost of getting sued are so high.
What’s amazing about a generator such as Termageddon is that we automatically update the policies for you whenever the laws change, thereby saving you that headache as well. Furthermore, our pricing is straightforward – one price for all policies.
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