Why Your Business Should Be Concerned
Over a dozen states have proposed or already are implementing privacy laws to protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of their citizens. Each of these laws has unique requirements as well as unique penalties for not complying. Some states are proposing businesses be fined over $5,000 per infringement (per website visitor). Some states are proposing private right of action (meaning citizens of that state can sue businesses anywhere in the US). These laws do not care where the business is located. The laws are only out to protect their citizens.
Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions limit a company’s liability. If a user clicks a link to a 3rd party site that is hacked, and then that user gets hacked, a Terms & Conditions helps prevent that business from being sued.
Websites providing information that could be considered health advice or legal advice (law firms!), are also good reasons to have a Disclaimer. A lot of affiliate programs will require you to have a disclaimer, and consumers want to know when you’re getting paid for links you put on your website.
Cookie Consent Banners
Whether you call it a cookie consent banner or wall, privacy tool or popup, notification or management platform, having one on your website can help you achieve compliance with privacy laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the ePrivacy Directive in Europe and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).
What Can You Do To Be Protected?
The license costs $99/year, and we charge a one-time setup fee of $100 to create the policy pages, insert/test the code and ensure your policies stay up to date with changes to the law.
Grand Lake Web Designs is an Agency Partner to Termageddon.