Starting at $360 (+ tax)
It's required in Canada.
Avoid unnecessary risks.
More than just the Policy.
Your lawyer will examine your practices around personal data to ensure that your business complies with government regulations.
1. Data collection and use
Accurately communicate what personal information your business collects, how it's collected, and how it's used.
2. Cookies and logs
3. Data storage
Declare where data is being stored and for how long. This is essential in Canadian privacy law.
4. Provincial, national, and international compliance
Your lawyer can familiarize you with privacy laws and help you ensure your business complies wherever you operate.
Pick a time to discuss your policy and unique business needs with a lawyer.
Get a digital copy of the policy, ready to be added to your website.
“Personal Information” constitutes any information that can identify an individual. That can include anything as simple as contact information on a popup form, to something as complex as the information collected and saved through cookies as part of online tracking and targeting for personalized advertising.
Privacy Policies and Terms of Service documents are closely related as they both govern the relationship between your business’ online presence and your customers’ online visits. It is extremely common to get both documents drafted at the same time for increased efficiency and minimized costs. Ask your lawyer about drafting these documents together for additional savings or, learn more about Terms of Service here.
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