Building a Better Privacy Policy

A while back I reached out to my contacts with an offer to improve or add a privacy policy to their WordPress website following the big GDPR update in late 2018. Many of them did just that. However, the static policy we implemented may not be enough to protect their interests any longer.

New laws on the horizon

As you may or may not be aware, many states are implementing laws to protect the privacy of its citizens. Some of these laws will even allow citizens to sue businesses anywhere in the US just for not having a compliant Privacy Policy.

Over the next six months, two privacy laws will go into effect (Nevada on 10/01 and California on 01/01). In addition, there are about a dozen other states that want to pass similar laws in the near future, which will require you to not only have a Privacy Policy but continually update it as well.

To be proactive about this issue, Kitzmiller Media have partnered up with a Privacy Policy service called Termageddon. After we implement the proper code, they will automatically update your WordPress website’s policies when the laws change, and they do it at a fraction of the cost of an attorney.

You can click the following links to take a look at our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions page. These are automatically updated by attorneys as the laws change.

Please let me know if you would like to have us set you up with Termageddon’s auto-updating policies, plan to use an attorney, or are choosing to go with what you already have.

As your web consultant, It’s important for me to at least let you know about the changes I’m seeing online. As always, I’m here if you have any questions.

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Chris Kitzmiller

About Chris Kitzmiller

I help businesses become more profitable by sharing their story on every device to the audiences that matter. Have we connected yet? LinkedIn | Twitter