It’s Time to Make Your Website Comply with Privacy Laws

Operating a successful website today requires a critical, but often overlooked, ingredient: privacy. Build user-centric privacy features and compliance standards into the very foundation of your website or app. With our service, you will Save Thousands on Legal Fees.

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Policy Solution for Website Owners

Under privacy laws, e-commerce regulations, third-party provider guidelines, and best business practices, you NEED essential legal policies like a privacy policy.

If you own a website or app with user accounts, make sure you also have terms and conditions to reduce your legal liabilities.

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Return Policy Services

Whether you operate an e-commerce store, an online marketplace business, or a SaaS site, we help you create a comprehensive, easy-to-understand return policy that details all the necessary clauses

Regardless of your business size, type, or location, our service is built to satisfy your customers, your business needs, and state-by-state trade laws.

Why Choose InfoMedia Insights for Your
Data Compliance Solution

Limits Liability

Is your business protected? We can help you comply with data privacy laws and help you create legal policies that protect your business.

Saves Money

Legal compliance can be pricey. We offer an affordable, all-in-one solution to save you money while keeping your business compliant.

Website Owner FAQ
Do you need consent for cookies?

Yes, you must get user consent before serving cookies if you’re subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ePrivacy Directive, or UK GDPR. Cookies are considered personal data under the GDPR.

Some laws, like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), do not require consent for cookie use but have other requirements around collecting and processing user data.

How does cookie consent work?

Cookie consent works by providing website visitors with options for consenting to, denying, or setting their preferences for the use of cookies on that website. Cookie consent is usually given through site banners or pop-ups when the visitor first enters the site.

Cookie consent laws change depending on where the site visitor is located. For example, visitors in the European Economic Area (EEA) must consent to non-essential cookies for them to be used by a site. However, visitors in the US don’t need to give consent for cookies to be used.

What should be in a privacy policy?

The following details should be in a privacy policy:

  • What data you collect
  • How you use data and why
  • Who data is shared with
  • What rights users have over their data
  • How to contact you about the privacy policy

What should be in a privacy policy will vary based on applicable laws.

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