Writing privacy policies for your app, website or product used to be a really difficult task because it required you to check out other platforms that have done it before (including your competitor’s) and sometimes copy them, even. You would then go on to modify their policies to match yours. At least, that’s how I did it until recently.
Let’s take a quick look at 7 places to generate privacy policies for free.
Steps in Creating Private Policy.
Firstly, fill in the form correctly. Note, the site doesn’t know the details of your business, thus legal advice can’t be provided for you, or any legal documents adjusted to your particular requirements.
- When using Geolocation
- When showing Ads
- Just the Basics
For App Developers: Docracy can provide a good starting point, and host your actual policy. Major App stores are now required to inform users of app privacy policies. App Developers can just pick any of the three listed above options, then Branch and customize it, you then link to the mobile URL in the app store. Your users will see the latest version, as you update your Policy on Docracy.
TermsFeed is the best legal pages generator online. However, it’s not for everyone, and its free templates will only get you so far. TermsFeed auto-generates your documents based on your answers to questions regarding your business. It’s quite simple. Just click Generate Agreement and choose from the menu.
Next, TermsFeed makes you fill out a questionnaire about the nature of your services. For example, whether or not you collect email addresses or ask for location data.
TermsFeed constantly monitors the legal landscape. If the law changes, you are notified with the required updates instantly.
Avodocs is the perfect solution for startups and small businesses. They propose free access (really, no strings attached), user-friendly interface and easy to start solution for those who need to draft the documents fast and cheap. The content is good and balanced.
More so, it’s a simple tool that instantly generates privacy policies for an app without even requiring for an email confirmation.