New privacy laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) revolve around businesses allowing users to “opt in” or “opt out” of certain data collection and processing activities.
As companies continue to adjust to the demands of the GDPR, a new data law looms – the ePrivacy Regulation.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is right around the corner, going into full effect on May 25th. Luckily, bolstering GDPR compliance efforts on your business’s WordPress site doesn’t need to be a major headache – or financial burden.
One of the biggest mistakes that small businesses can make is getting their message tangled in the dangerous waters of legalese.
One of the biggest challenges of doing business online is building trust with your potential customers.
The digital privacy landscape is developing and becoming more precarious for small business owners to navigate. Termly wants to help give your business all the resources it needs to meet changing standards and regulations by offering you one custom-built legal policy for FREE!
Many companies use digital “cookies” to track the activities on their websites. Although they come in many forms, cookies are not all the same, and neither are the internet rules that govern their use.
Building your brand is integral in today’s online economy – not only for brand recognition, but for establishing your company’s unique personality in an overly saturated internet marketplace.