Privacy Policy

Privacy policies and laws are changing frequently. Ensure your business is up to date with Revy Web Design’s auto-updating policy generator.

Why you need a privacy policy

If you collect any personal data, even as simple as a name or an email address, you need a privacy policy. 

Your customers deserve the best service across the board, show them you care about their online well-being.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Donata and Hans are the certified information privacy professionals behind Termageddon (put that on a business card, eh!). 

When privacy law changes, so do your policies. Your business will be protected, allowing you to focus on the important things.

Complete the contact form below and we will send you an onboarding form requesting the key information we need to set up the privacy policy. 

We will need access to your site to add the policy or, if you prefer, we can provide you with the embed code to implement them yourself. 

The short answer is no.

Termageddon not only helps you quickly generate a privacy policy for your website, but their team monitors privacy laws and can automatically update your policies when the laws change.

They are the only privacy policy generator listed as a trusted vendor by the, an organization consisting of 60,000 privacy attorneys and professionals. 

In the last few years, Canada and the US have implemented privacy laws that protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of its citizens. 

In Canada, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) protects its citizens. Whether or not your business is covered by this Act, depends on the nature of your business and what province(s) you operate in. 

Each of these laws have unique requirements as well as unique penalties for not complying. Some states in the US are proposing businesses be fined over $5,000 per infringement (per website visitor). 

Here are some common examples of when your website collects Personally Identifiable Information (PII): 

  • A contact form where you ask for personally identifiable information such as a name and an email address
  • Google Analytics tracking code that tracks behaviours and information about your website visitors
  • A checkout page where you ask for credit card information and an address

These are just a small handful of commonly seen examples. The bottom line is: if you collect any PII then you must have a compliant privacy policy. 

Read more about Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).

We actually use Termageddon for our own privacy policy.

You can check it out here: Revy Web Design Inc.’s Privacy Policy

Ready to protect your business?

$150 per year. 

Prices are in Canadian dollars and plus 5% GST. This service is only available for businesses based in British Columbia, Canada. 

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Certified Data Privacy Agency Partner

Revy Web Design Inc. is a Certified Termageddon Agency Partner and reseller of their services. Revy Web Design Inc. and Termageddon are not a legal services providers and so will not be providing you with legal advice.