Privacy Policy Template

Privacy Policy Template

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Almost every single country mandates having a Privacy Policy on the website if the website in question collects personal information from its visitors. If you collect email addresses or have Facebook pixel or Google Analytics or any kind of advertisement network on your website, then you are collecting personal information and must have a Privacy Policy on your website. 

A Privacy Policy must be legally compliant and must comply with the rules of the General Data Protection Act (GDPR). The GDPR is a privacy regulation. 

This Privacy Policy template is GDPR compliant. What's more, it's also compliant with the latest California privacy law, CPPA. 

If you have a website or blog, you must have a Privacy Policy on your site. There are no exceptions. 

When you purchase this Privacy Policy template, you will receive the following:

  • A 100% editable and customizable .docx format Privacy Policy template that you can use for as many sites as you have
  • A CCPA policy to either include in your Privacy Policy or have it separately
  • An instructional video for your CCPA policy to set it up and become compliant

This part's so easy and I am super excited about that!

So after you pay for the templates and check out, you're gonna have a download link to the products on that very page. Go ahead and click on those links and start downloading your products to your computer. 

It will open in a .docx format. You can save it to your computer, and start making edits to it by customizing it. The customization process is simple and fast. You will find instructions for what to write in brackets, either highlighted or in a different color from the rest of the text. 

Trust me, you won't have any issues with this part. 

Once you customized the template to your liking, the contract is now ready to be used. Depending on what kind of policy or contract you got, you either might have to upload it to your website, or just hold on to it so that you and another party sign it for your intended transaction.