We help you create a privacy policy for your online business, website, or app. Comply with laws like the GDPR, CCPA, CalOPPA, and more.

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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Built for Every Business

  • Website
  • Mobile app
  • Ecommerce site
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Complies with Privacy Laws

  • GDPR
  • CCPA
  • CalOPPA

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.

Create a Privacy Policy with Us for Your
Website / Blog

Most websites and blogs need privacy policies without even realizing it. Stay on the right side of the law by making a custom privacy policy for your site. 

Websites and Blogs often process visitor’s personal data, including:

  • Newsletter sign-ups
  • Cookies or other tracking technologies used for analytics, performance, and more
  • Contact us forms
  • Customer service communications
Mobile App

Even if you are not subject to laws like the GDPR and CCPA, some marketplaces — including Google Play and Apple’s App Store — require your app to have a privacy policy. Avoid getting your app suspended or removed by reviewing app stores’ guidelines and publishing a privacy policy.

Some third-party services and tools, like Google Analytics and Google Maps, require that you have a privacy policy in order to use the service.

Ecommerce Store

Ecommerce businesses often use consumer’s personal data, including:

  • Payment Information
  • Cookies or other tracking technologies used for customer shopping carts, analytics, and more
  • Contact details
  • Customer names
  • Customer addresses

Sector-specific privacy laws (like GLBA, and FERPA), broader consumer privacy laws (like CCPA and GDPR), privacy laws governing the use of certain types of data (like COPPA), and organizations like the FTC regulate e-commerce businesses and their use of personal data. To comply with rules and regulations worldwide, we help you build an e-commerce privacy policy for your site.

Third-Party Tools

Even if you don’t think you need a privacy policy, some third-party services, like AdSense and Facebook Marketplace, require you to submit a compliant privacy policy. 

Privacy Policy FAQ

Based on international laws and modern business practices, you need a privacy policy if you collect any personal information or personal data from users. Personal data includes more than just names and addresses — it can include cookie data, IP addresses, email addresses, and more.

What is a Privacy Policy?

Yes, you must get user consent before serving cookies if you’re subject to the EU General Data A privacy policy is a legal document that explains how a company or website collects, uses, and shares personal information. Privacy policies should outline what personal information is collected, how the information is used, whether the information is shared with third parties, what rights users have over their data, and more.

Do I Need a Privacy Policy?

If you collect personal data, you need a privacy policy. There are multiple laws that require privacy policies, as well as service providers that demand their users have privacy policies. For example, many Google services require you to have a privacy policy.

Additionally, today’s consumers are more aware than ever when it comes to data privacy. Stand out from your competitors by publishing a clear, detailed privacy policy. You can reassure your users that their personal information is safe with your website, app, or company.

Which Laws Should I Be Aware of When Generating My Privacy Policy?

When writing your privacy policy, you should consider several privacy laws — including, but not limited to, the GDPR, CCPA, and CalOPPA. Depending on your type of business, you may also need to review any relevant industry-specific laws or laws about the use of specific types of data.

If you’re not familiar with these data privacy laws or how they might apply to you, don’t worry. We can help walk you through relevant questions and create the right privacy policy for your business.

What Should I Consider When Generating a Privacy Policy?

Keep the following questions in mind when drafting your policy:

  • What types of data do you collect? Email addresses, contact information, and payment information are commonly collected. Be sure to evaluate all of the data you collect, whether that is for marketing purposes, newsletters, order information, and more.
  • Why do you collect the data? Are you collecting any data you don’t need? Describing the purpose for data collection is a critical part of your privacy policy.
  • Where and how do you store collected data? Some data privacy laws limit how long you can keep personal information. You’ll also want to consider the security of your data storage.
Where Do I Put My Privacy Policy?

Put your privacy policy in easy-to-find areas on your website. Some common places to put a privacy policy include:

  • Website footer
  • Main menu
  • Checkout page
  • Sign-up page
  • Within other legal policies

You should put your policy in multiple of the above locations. Linking your privacy policy around your site ensures users can find it, and that you stay compliant with privacy laws. 

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