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UK Handling Data Protection Complaints

The United Kingdom's General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) is the UK's main privacy law. Organizations that are required to comply with the UK GDPR must take certain steps to deal with any data protection complaints they receive. This article will explain what the UK GDPR is, who it applies to,...

Master Subscription Agreement

Whether your business provides digital or physical subscription products, it's important to make sure that your customers are aware of their rights and the rules they need to follow when using your subscription services. A Master Subscription Agreement can help explain to users what they need to know in order...

"What Information Do We Collect" Clause

Any business that collects consumers' personal information should have a comprehensive and clearly written Privacy Policy available on its website and apps. Your Privacy Policy should contain a few essential clauses, including sections about how you collect information, what you do with the information you collect, and a "what information do...


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How can I download my Cookies Policy?

If you prefer to host your Cookies Policy directly on your website, you can do so by downloading your policy from the download page in the following formats: HTML (.html) Text (.txt) DOCX (.docx) Markdown (.md) To download your Cookies Policy choose the file format you would to download and click the "Download" button: Your Cookies...

How can I link to my Cookies Policy?

All you need to link to the created Cookies Policy is the public link. The public link to your Cookies Policy is unique and is available right on the download page: To use the public link, click the "Copy" button to copy the link to your clipboard. Once the public link has been...

Where can I host my Cookies Policy?

TermsFeed can host your Cookies Policy for free, but you also have the option of host the Cookies Policy on your own website by downloading the policy to your computer. TermsFeed can host your Cookies Policy for free. After you create your policy, a public link is created: The public link to...


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How to integrate Google Tag Manager with TermsFeed Cookie Consent

Steps Go to our Free Cookie Consent Solution page to start creating the Cookie Consent code. Choose the consent type you're looking for. Enter the name of your website. If you have a Privacy Policy, include a link to your Privacy Policy. If you do not have a...

How to integrate Google Analytics with TermsFeed Cookie Consent

Steps Go to our Free Cookie Consent Solution page to start creating the Cookie Consent code. Choose your preference for consent. Enter the name of your website. If you have a Privacy Policy, include a link to your Privacy Policy. If you do...


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What should be in a Privacy Policy?

A Privacy Policy should disclose what personal information you collect, how and why you collect it, how you will be using it, how you secure it, and what rights your users have regarding their personal information. A Privacy Policy should also include the business contact information, and the effective date...

What should my Privacy Policy say?

A Privacy Policy should say that you collect and use personal information, and how. It should inform users of their rights regarding the use of their personal information, and state that you secure the personal information you collect. Provide contact information for users who may have questions for you regarding...

Can I write my own Privacy Policy?

Yes. You do not need a lawyer to create a compliant Privacy Policy. Consider using a template or trusted Privacy Policy generator to help you write your own Privacy Policy....


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Pseudonymized Data

Pseudonymized data is data that has one or more of its data record fields replaced with an artificial identifier (a pseudonym) so it can no longer be easily used to identify an individual, yet can still be used in data processing and analysis. Pseudonymized data can be un-pseudonymized if the artificial...

No Professional Relationship Disclaimer

A no professional relationship disclaimer is a short statement that informs visitors to a website that by using the site, a professionally binding relationship between the site and the user is not created. This type of disclaimer is common for websites that give advice and how-to guidance on topics such as...


DMCA, or the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, is a U.S. copyright law that works to limit liability of online service providers for copyright infringement that happens by third parties on the service, while criminalizing producing or distributing online methods of circumventing copyright laws. Online platforms such as YouTube can utilize DMCA...


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GDPR for Business

Our easy-to-read ebook will help your business understand and navigate what it takes to be compliant with the GDPR.