Privacy Policies that Automatically Update
on your website as the Laws Change.
Our Data Privacy solution can help identify the privacy laws that apply to you, generate necessary disclosures required under various laws, and receive automatic updates whenever these privacy laws change, or as new ones go into effect.
- European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR);
- United Kingdom’s Data Protection Act 2018 (UK DPA 2018);
- Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA);
- Australia Privacy Act of 1988;
- The California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA);
- The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA);
- Delaware Online Privacy Protection Act (DOPPA);
- Nevada’s Revised Statutes Chapter 603A;
- Colorado Privacy Act (goes into effect in 2023); and
- Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (goes into effect in 2023).
These laws were created to protect the consumers of those states and counties, not the businesses. This means that these laws can apply to businesses outside of those states and counties and may apply to you if you do business there, collect the personal information or residents of those states or counties, or offer goods or services there.
Fines for violations of privacy laws start at $2,500 per violation (per website visitor).
Our Solution: EXEPLORE’s Comprehensive Data Privacy Package
You’ll receive the following policies to protect your website:
- Terms of Service;
- Disclaimer; and
- End User License Agreement.
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