Get Peace Of Mind Knowing Your Business Is Protected With A Legally Compliant Privacy Policy

Privacy law and, by extension, privacy policies are arguably the most dynamic areas of the law, making the advantages of utilizing a privacy policy lawyer all the more evident. From privacy laws that are international in scope, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to those on the state level, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the laws and associated legal risks are coming in fast and furious (view a list of some of the most notable privacy laws from around the world). Moreover, as we look to the future, the pace of new privacy laws is expected only to increase. With a privacy policy legally mandated for most businesses, the entanglement of the many privacy laws combined with the specificity of application to each scenario results in complex and confusing situations for the average business owner trying to ensure compliance.

At RICHT, we offer clients clarity and peace of mind by providing a privacy policy and related agreements, such as Terms and Conditions drafted by an attorney specific to their business. In addition, privacy policies from a lawyer help eliminate the inclusion of overbroad or inapplicable terms provided by a generic policy or automated tool. Further, we get to know your business. For example, suppose there are issues from a regulator or a consumer exercising their privacy rights or pursuing an action. In that case, you have a trusted attorney who knows your business when dealing with the matter. Lastly, we offer flat-fee affordable prices so that our clients can comply with privacy laws confidently while not incurring a cost-prohibitive expense.

Gain Clarity In An Area Of Increasing Complexity

  Avoid Costly Fines & Lawsuits

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Why Not Use A Generic Privacy Policy?
The Risks Of A Generic Policy
  • Lack of specific advisory and potential inclusion of overbroad terms that increase legal risk
  • Lack of understanding of how to comply with the privacy policy
  • Lack of assurance that policy will stay updated in line with new laws and guidance being passed on a practically monthly basis
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    Privacy Policy News


    How Threads’ Privacy Policy Compares to Twitter’s (and Its Rivals’)

    Here’s what personal data is collected by Meta’s Threads, as well as by Twitter, Bluesky, Mastodon, Spill, and Hive Social.

    Privacy Law
    The Guardian

    TikTok Fined £12.7m For Illegally Processing Children’s Data

    TikTok has been fined £12.7m for illegally processing the data of 1.4 million children under 13 who were using its platform without parental consent, Britain’s data watchdog said.

    Privacy Law
    The New York Times

    Here’s What You’re Actually Agreeing To When You Accept a Privacy Policy

    Almost every new app or product that is connected to the internet forces you to accept a long, indecipherable privacy policy in order to use it. These documents outline the company’s data-collection practices. But what exactly are you agreeing to when you accept?

    Privacy Law

    White House OSTP publishes report on privacy-preserving data sharing, analytics strategy

    The U.S. White House Office of Science and Technology Policy released a report on a "National Strategy to Advance Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing and Analytics."

    Privacy Law
    New York Times

    Facebook’s WhatsApp Fined For Breaking The E.U.’s Data Privacy Law

    Regulators in Ireland, where many tech giants have their European headquarters, have been criticized for not enforcing Europe’s data-protection law, once heralded as a global standard.

    Privacy Law
    New York Times

    The State of Consumer Data Privacy Laws in the US (And Why It Matters)

    The United States doesn’t have a singular law that covers the privacy of all types of data. Instead, it has a mix of laws that go by acronyms like HIPAA, FCRA, FERPA, GLBA, ECPA, COPPA, and VPPA.

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