WordPress Privacy Policy & Cookie Management2023-09-30T11:16:57-07:00

WordPress Privacy Policy & Cookie Management

Safeguard your business with policies & consent management

Data privacy solutions to fulfill your business’ obligation to ever changing website standards and regulatory laws such as the General Data Protection Rights (GDPR) and California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).

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WordPress Privacy Policy Management

We’ll create and manage legally vetted policies such as a WordPress Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, End User License Agreements, and Cookie Policies. These policies will provide a way for your business to transparently disclose how your business handles and processes personal information.

.Multiple Policy Types

  • Privacy Policies
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Disclamer
  • Returns Policy
  • Shipping Policy

.Comply With Privacy Laws

  • GDPR
  • CCPA
  • CalOPPA
  • UK GDPR

.Managed Policies

We’ll provide continuous updates so your WordPress website remains compliant as local, state and country laws are changed.

Why do companies need a privacy policy?

Companies need a privacy policy because it’s legally required in most countries for websites or apps that collect personal information from users. It’s also a best business practice to be transparent with users about how you handle their data.

Laws that require privacy policies include the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

WordPress Privacy Policy FAQ

Do all websites need a privacy policy?2022-11-16T22:57:15-07:00

No, not all websites need a privacy policy. A privacy policy is a document that explains how  websites collect, use, and share personally identifiable information (PII). Only websites that collect PII and are subject to certain privacy laws need a privacy policy.

PII is information that can be used by itself, or in conjunction with other data, to identify a person. If your website collects PII like any of the following, you may need a privacy policy:

  • Names
  • Social Security numbers
  • Physical addresses
  • Email addresses
  • Birthdays
  • Biometric information

If you collect PII, you should have a privacy policy to comply with different privacy laws of the world.

Do I need a privacy policy on my website?2022-11-16T22:57:58-07:00

Yes, you need a privacy policy on your website. If you collect personal information from users, many laws require you to include a privacy policy on your site that explains your data-handling practices.

How often do I need to edit or update my privacy policy?2022-11-16T22:59:59-07:00

You need to review and update your privacy policy regularly. At a minimum, you should review your privacy policy at least once a year to make sure it reflects your current data processing activities.

Privacy policy reviews are also important when you’re launching a new or updated product or service, using data in a new way, or sharing data with a new partner or vendor.

Some privacy laws require updates after a specific period of time. For example, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) contains an explicit requirement that businesses subject to the law must update the information in their privacy policy or policies at least once every 12 months.

Is it illegal to copy a privacy policy?2022-11-16T23:00:36-07:00

Yes, it is illegal to copy a privacy policy. Privacy policies are protected by copyright, so copying another website’s privacy policy puts your business at risk of legal penalties.

Your privacy policy should fit the unique needs of your website and comply with any applicable data privacy laws around the world.

What is a GDPR privacy policy?2022-11-16T23:01:06-07:00

A GDPR privacy policy is a privacy policy that complies with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements. The GDPR requires privacy policies to clearly explain how EEA visitors’ data is collected and processed.

A single privacy policy can be used to comply with both GDPR and other regulations that require privacy policies, like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Cookie Consent Management for WordPress

Your website will be able to obtain lawful consent before tracking the activity of visitors to your website. By identify and disclosing all WordPress cookies, you will meet the needs of consumer’s privacy requests, and build trust with your essential website visitors.

.Expert Setup & Installation

Our team will analyze your website and categorize your cookies based on usage type. Then we will create a cookie policy tailored to your unique business.

.Fully Customized Inetgration

Your cookie consent banner will be fully customized to match your existing website style, branding and preferences.

.Cookie Auto Blocker

The Termly cookie auto blocker will detect and categorize cookies, then block certain scripts from running based on users’ unique privacy settings.

WordPress Cookie Consent FAQ

Are cookies personal information under the CCPA?2022-11-16T23:02:50-07:00

Yes, cookies are personal information under the CCPA.

The CCPA classifies cookies as “unique identifiers.” They therefore fall under the CCPA definition of “personal information” because the data cookies collect can be used to recognize a consumer, or a device linked to a consumer.

Do I need a cookie policy on my website?2022-11-16T23:04:22-07:00

No, you do not need a cookie policy on your website. However, some laws such as the ePrivacy Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) require websites to detail their use of cookies to users.

To comply with these laws, websites need to provide users with the following information:

  • What cookies the site uses
  • Why they use those cookies
  • Who provides the cookies (aka the cookie vendors)
  • How users can set their cookie preferences

This can be done by dedicating a section of your privacy policy to cookies, or by having a separate cookie policy.

Is There a Cookie Law in the US?2022-11-16T23:02:00-07:00

No, there is not a cookie law in the US. However, some states have laws that regulate cookie usage as it relates to their residents, like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Data Compliance Available with Any Plan

Compliance solutions are available with any plan and not sold alone.

Pricing$20 / monthly
$180 / annual
Included Websites1
Additional Websites Pay Per License
Policies
Legal PoliciesAll Policies Included
Policy RevisionsUnlimited
Privacy Regulation Monitoring & Updates
Global Compliance Protection
HTML Policies
Termly Hosted Policies
Policy Style Customization
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Consent Management Platform (CMP)
Website Scan
Scheduled ScansWeekly
Consent Banner
Monthly Consent Banner VisitorsUnlimited Visitors
Consent Preference Center
Cookie Policy
Embeddable DSAR Form
Script Auto Blocker
GTM Consent Mode Support
Custom Styled Cookie Banner
Consent Logs
Multi-Language Support
Scan Sub-domains
Regional Consent Rules
Remove Termly & MP Logo

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