Privacy Policy Generator

Use our free privacy policy generator to create a privacy policy for your website, app, ecommerce store, SaaS, small business, or any other need. Comply with the GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, CalOPPA, and more!

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Free Privacy Policy Generator Features

Generate a free privacy policy that’s comprehensive and legally compliant using one of the best privacy policy generators of 2023.

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Built for Every Business

  • Website
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  • Ecommerce site
  • SaaS
Complies with Privacy Laws

Complies with Privacy Laws

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Easy to Use

  • Intuitive builder
  • Customization tools
  • Automatic updates
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How To Use Our Privacy Policy Generator

Just follow these simple steps to get a custom, compliant privacy policy for your business, software, site, or app:

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Tell us a little about your business

Create your legal policy in a matter of minutes by answering a few questions in our privacy policy builder.

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Publish your new privacy policy

When you’re ready to place your privacy policy on your website, we’ll give you a few options. Whether you use a content management system like WordPress, manage your website yourself, or use a professional service, we make it easy.

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Add your policy to your website

Finally, when it comes to staying compliant, we have you covered. Our legal team regularly reviews and updates the privacy policy generator as laws change. When new laws are passed — like some recent US state laws — we’ll also review and update as needed. You’ll be in the loop to make sure your policy stays compliant.

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We guide you through the process of generating a privacy policy by asking some simple questions about your business – Yasmeen, Privacy Engineer @ Termly

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Privacy Policy for Websites / Blogs

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. You can use our products with various platforms like WordPress, Godaddy, Weebly, and more.

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

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

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. Create the perfect app privacy policy in minutes with our free privacy policy generator.

Privacy Policy for E-commerce Stores

Privacy Policy for E-commerce Stores

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

  • Payment Information
  • Contact details
  • Customer names
  • Customer addresses
  • Cookies or other tracking technologies used for customer shopping carts, analytics, and more
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Privacy Policy for E-commerce Stores

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

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

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 ecommerce businesses and their use of personal data. To comply with rules and regulations worldwide, build a free ecommerce privacy policy for your site. Here are some questions to keep in mind as you write your ecommerce privacy policy:

  • Describe how you might share your customer’s information.
    Do you use third-party processing for payments? Do you share the customer’s information with any other third parties, like Google Analytics, Google AdSense, or delivery services?
  • How does your website use cookies?
    Cookies frequently collect data elements that are considered personal information under several privacy laws. Review all the ways you might be using cookies when drafting your privacy policy.
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Privacy Policy for 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. Our free privacy policy generator can help you create a personalized policy to comply with your third-party tool requirements.

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Privacy Policy for SaaS Apps

Your subscription-based service needs a privacy policy to account for the collection of subscriber details. Email addresses, payment information, and more are considered personal data under privacy laws. Keep your SaaS app in the clear with a free privacy policy.

Privacy Policy for Facebook Ads and Pages

Privacy Policy for Facebook Ads and Pages

Facebook requires apps on its platform to publish a privacy policy. You’ll need to have a privacy policy link ready before your app can go live. Facebook’s Platform Terms lists the requirements you’ll need to meet. Your privacy policy will also need to comply with any relevant laws.

Easily Comply with Laws like the GDPR, CCPA, and PIPEDA

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.

Personal Data

Personal data is any information that can be used to identify an individual. Personal data includes names, emails, phone numbers, addresses, geolocation, IP address, cookie data, and so much more.

Personal Data & the Law

Personal data is heavily protected by laws like the GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, CalOPPA, and others. The leading method of protecting personal data is requiring websites and businesses to be honest about how they collect, share, and use personal data. Privacy law violations can result in serious fines.

Personal Data & Your Privacy Policy

If you collect personal data, you need a privacy policy. Comply with laws, build loyalty with customers, and meet online business standards by providing a comprehensive privacy policy to your users. Our privacy policy generator walks you through the necessary questions to create a customized privacy policy.



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A comprehensive and transparent privacy policy is required to comply with most of the major data privacy laws worldwide – Leila, Privacy Compliance Specialist @ Termly

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