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CPRA vs CCPA

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) was voted into law in November 2020, and amends several parts of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which is California's most comprehensive privacy law. The CPRA is also referred to as "CCPA 2.0" or "CCPA, as amended." The primary differences between the CPRA and...

American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA)

While many U.S. state laws provide privacy protection for the residents of the relevant state, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) is a bipartisan bill that is set to become the first comprehensive federal privacy legislation that protects the privacy of all U.S. consumers. This article will explain what...

Subscriptions, Auto-Renewals, and Payments Clauses

Subscriptions, auto-renewals, and payments clauses in a Terms and Conditions agreement or other user agreement all contain essential information that any business that takes payments online or provides any kind of service that will automatically charge a customer's account on a regular basis needs to share with its users. Whether your...

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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...

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What is a Privacy Policy?

A Privacy Policy is a legally-required document that lets people know what types of personal data you collect, how you collect and use it, whether third parties have access to the data, how you protect the data and other law-specific requirements. You must make your Privacy Policy available to the...

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California Shine the Light

California Shine the Light is a California consumer privacy law from 2003 that gives residents of California the right to request that a business disclose any and all personal information that business holds on the person making the request. Businesses must comply with any valid requests or will be in...

Behavioral Advertising

Behavioral advertising is a method of advertising where cookies collect information about an individual’s online habits and then use that information to display ads that would be most relevant and appealing to that individual....

Active Consent

Active consent is consent that requires taking an active step, such as checking a box or clicking a button to show that consent is undoubtedly given. It is opposite of passive consent, where consent is assumed and the user doesn't need to take any active action to show consent. ...

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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.