Static Privacy Policy – not a good idea

June 19, 2021

Grand Lake Web Designs, an Oklahoma website design agency, has partnered with the Privacy Policy generator Termageddon. Termageddon will automatically update your website policies when the laws change, and they do it at a fraction of the cost of an attorney. The license costs $99/year.

Termageddon Blog Post

Let’s face it, as a species, we do not deal well with change. We all have a favorite restaurant, a favorite meal, and a favorite pair of jeans that we would probably enjoy forever if we could. Also, there’s a certain satisfaction in completing an arduous task such as creating your Privacy Policy that instills a hope that you will never have to look at it again – we have all certainly been there.

A static Privacy Policy is one that stays the same and does not change over time. While this approach is certainly appealing, having a static Privacy Policy is simply not a good idea. Privacy is a field of constantly changing and evolving requirements, meaning that your static Privacy Policy can quickly become obsolete and non-compliant. This can put you at risk of privacy-related fines and lawsuits, costing you a significant amount of money and headaches. In this article, we will explore these changing requirements so that you can see why a static Privacy Policy is not a good idea.

Read the full blog post here.