It’s always better to be legally compliant and eliminate the chances of facing trouble later on.
As you’re reading this article, I am sure you’ve already heard about the GDPR law that came into profound effect back in 2018. It sent most bloggers and website owners into a panic mode because they had no clue how to be GDPR compliant.
If you’ve been struggling to write and add those yourself, then this article will pour some light on your worries. You’re about to discover some fantastic tools that’ll help you generate those legal pages in an instant.
You may also want to check out this post for generating a disclaimer, EULA, return and refund policy.
But first, let me tell you why you must abide by the laws.
Increased customer confidence
By being GDPR-compliant, your customers automatically gain a sense of trust, seeing that your business is a good custodian of data. GDPR mainly focuses on customer protection, and following that would signal that you care for your customers.
Cuts down data maintenance cost
Since GDPR only allows a set of data collections as per their rules, abiding by it would mean getting rid of any other forms of collections and cutting down unnecessary data maintenance costs.
Eliminates the risk of being fined
Did you know that you could face some severe penalties if you don’t follow the GDPR? One of them is getting fined, and the amount is probably more than you think. Just recently, a company was fined 14.5 Million Euros for not having proper data retention.
This is just one example. There have been a lot of such instances, and I am sure you don’t wish to be the next one. So to conclude, being GDPR-compliant eliminates the risk of getting fined.
Let’s explore the following tools and services.
Trusted by over 3,500 companies, Termly is one of the go-to solutions when it comes to generating legal pages. You can make almost any type of legal document and pages, including:
Cookie consent manager
However, if your needs are a bit complex and you need something custom, then you can select one of their two paid options.
iubenda provides attorney-level solutions for your business, including handy generators for privacy and cookie policies and terms and conditions. Every document is customizable, available in multiple languages, drafted by an international legal team, and kept up to date with the main international legislations. Here are some of the pages that you can generate.
Terms and conditions
With iubenda, you can also manage GDPR/LGPD consent records and set up a register of data processing activities for your business. They offer a free plan as well as paid plans starting at just $5.99/year.
You can generate custom-made legal pages with PrivacyPolicies in literally seconds. You can choose your pages to be focused on GDPR-compliancy or one that fits all privacy laws worldwide. Apart from privacy policies, this website can also generate the following pages:
Terms and conditions
Return and refund
They offer both free and a paid plan that is worth checking out.
Terms And Conditions Template
Since their service is 100% free, all they ask is a little donation to keep the service going.
With Termsfeed, you can create legal agreements for a bunch of purposes, including web, mobile apps, SaaS, and Facebook apps. You can generate all these legal pages for free and only pay if you need additional clauses to be attached along with them (Which is highly recommended to suit your business type).
You can generate:
Terms and Conditions
Return and refund policy
All it takes is just a few minutes.
Seers host a set of data protection and cybersecurity tools to help keep your business compliant with GDPR and ePrivacy regulations. You can either generate various important legal pages or book your site’s audit for proper privacy and cookie compliance.
They have a free plan that’ll get you a GDPR audit, cookie consent, and data control. Paid plans start from just £9.99/month, but you can use a 14-day free trial before that.
A convenient tool to check if your overall website complies with the laws. All you do is enter your website URL and let the tool do its work. Besides, CookieBot also provides cookie consent, cookie monitoring, and cookie tracking.
You can make use of the free plan as long as you don’t run out of limits. After that, premium plans start from just €9.
Once you have your website scanned, you’ll be asked to answer a few questions related to your business, and you’ll be on the way to being GDPR compliant.
This website allows you to generate:
Terms and conditions
It’s free with no strings attached.
I hope the above tools and resources help you become legal-compliant in your business and avoid legal issues in the future.
Adnan is a BMS graduate and a senior writer for Geekflare who loves breaking down complex topics into easy-to-understand pieces. He has also written for sites like Sparkian and Techkle. Besides work, you can find him on the football turf or… read more
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