Privacy policy

Our Privacy Policy Generator contains many terms and sections to help you disclose how to protect your customers’ privacy while limiting your liability while complying with some of the world’s best-known privacy laws and third-party requirements,

How the Privacy Policy Generator works

Our intuitive and easy to use generator allows you to create a custom privacy policy or terms and conditions agreement using our free website privacy policy generator or our free website terms and conditions generator.

Step 1. Generate your Privacy Policy

All you need to do is answer a few simple questions about your business and your website privacy policy or website terms and conditions agreement is created and ready to be added to your website. In fact, it takes less than 15 minutes for most people.

Step 2. Download your Privacy Policy

Log in to your account and download the privacy policy you just generated. Every privacy policy you generate is stored in our system and you can access it at any time.

Step 3. Update or edit your Privacy Policy

If you need to update your privacy policy, it’s easy. Simply log back into your account and update your privacy policy. Would you like to change the text of the privacy policy? Here are the same simple steps: log in and edit your privacy policy.

Our Privacy Policy Generator contains several terms and sections to help you disclose how to protect customer privacy while limiting your liability while complying with the world’s most important privacy laws and third-party requirements, including:

  • California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
  • California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA)
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Google AdWords Privacy Policy Requirements
  • Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • FTC Fair Information Practices

Our free terms and conditions generator includes terms that help you effectively protect your website and apps while limiting your liability:

  • Payment terms, including subscription plans
  • Rules for user-generated content (UCG), including notices of copyright infringement (eg, DMCA)
  • Provisions to protect the intellectual property of your website and app (e.g. website design, company logo)
  • Provisions limiting liability (such as warranty disclaimers)
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