Website Policies

Website policies help website owners comply with privacy laws by providing specific disclosure requirements such as how their website collects, uses & discloses personal data. We offer a "done for you" website policy service which includes the setup & ongoing management of your Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy & Cookie Consent Banner.

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We Can Generate & Maintain Your Legally Required Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy & Cookie Consent Banner.

Collecting regulated data (names, emails, etc.) may mean that you’re required to have a Privacy Policy with specific disclosures required under multiple privacy laws.

If you have the budget, we recommend hiring a solicitor that focuses on privacy law to write your website policies, monitor privacy laws, and update your policies when the laws change or when new laws go into effect. If you do not have the budget to hire a privacy solicitor for your website policies, we can help.

We are a data privacy certified agency partner and will generate & update your website policies when privacy laws change or new laws go into effect, helping you stay compliant & avoid privacy-related fines & lawsuits, at a fraction of the cost of a solicitor.

If you are in need of a Privacy Policy or Cookie Policy solution for your website, we can generate Website Policies and will automatically update your policy when new laws are enacted, ensuring that your policy is always up to date.

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  • Email Notifications
  • Simple Pricing
  • Avoid Fines & Lawsuits
  • Same Day Setup

What is a Privacy Policy?

What is a Privacy Policy?

Modern websites are built to provide a great user experience and motivate prospective customers to reach out and enquire about what you have to offer. This is done through the use of tools such as contact forms &, website analytics etc. Contact forms ask users to submit their ‘name’ and ‘email’, which are examples of personal data.

When a website uses analytics, it collects each visitor’s IP address and shares that personal data with third-party data analytics providers. These are just a few examples of the many ways websites collect and share personal data.

The collection of personal data is regulated under multiple privacy laws. For example, privacy law is in place to protect the personal data of UK residents with fines of up to €20 million (about £18 million) or 4% of annual global turnover, whichever is greater. This privacy law (the UK Data Protection Act) requires websites to provide a Privacy Policy with specific disclosures. Privacy laws protect citizens of a specific country (or state or province) and can apply to businesses regardless of their location.

On top of that, new privacy laws are being proposed throughout the world, with several countries proposing multiple laws to protect their citizens. Due to the ever-changing nature of privacy laws, we recommend that you not only have a comprehensive Privacy Policy in place but that you also develop a strategy to keep your policy up to date when these laws are amended or when new laws are implemented.

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Google requires your website to have a Privacy Policy

A website utilising Google Analytics is required by Google to have a Privacy Policy.

"You will have and abide by an appropriate Privacy Policy and will comply with all applicable laws, policies, and regulations relating to the collection of information from Users."

"You must post a Privacy Policy and that Privacy Policy must provide notice of Your use of cookies, identifiers for mobile devices or similar technology used to collect data. You must disclose the use of Google Analytics, and how it collects and processes data."

You can find further details about this requirement within section 7 of Google’s Terms of Service: https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/us/

What Is A Cookie Policy & Cookie Consent Banner?

What Is A Cookie Policy & Cookie Consent Banner?

Cookies are little snippets of code that get inserted into the user’s browser and device when visiting a website. They can help ensure a website properly functions (aka essential and functional cookies). They can also track website visitors for analytics and advertising purposes (aka marketing cookies).

Several privacy laws, including the UK Data Protection Act, require users to provide consent prior to implementing non-essential cookies on their browsers. This is commonly done through a cookie consent banner, which will ask your website visitors to choose their consent settings. It is important to identify what privacy laws apply to you, and determine if you are required to provide a cookie consent solution on your website along with a Cookie Policy further describing the purpose of each cookie.

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