I've used the policies Basecamp made public under Creative Commons: https://github.com/basecamp/policies
Ha I wish I'd know about this before paying $30 for one of those "generated for you" policies!
+1 for Basecamp, they have some awesome templates, it’s the one I used for Moonka.space as well
their stuff covers pretty much everything, I actually had to cut a lot of their content since it was a wider scope than what I needed
This is fantastic @jdj_dk! Thanks a lot for sharing it.
This is awesome thank you for sharing!
Do not use free privacy policies, I would rather suggest use https://www.iubenda.com/en/. I pay a yearly fee and it keeps me legally safe.
I also use iubenda for my android apps. It is acceptably priced and I feel safer than using a free alternative.
I use free privacy generators
Thanks a lot, this is very useful. I will just need to check how can I a section to mention collecting payments.
I'd use PandaDoc
I'm also a user, you can find an example on my site
IUBENDA imho : I have no affiliation.
They have an LTD on Appsumo right now
Especially if you embed e.g. third party services on your website (Facebook, Google Analytics) and they change something with the data handling. IUBENDA takes the work off your shoulders to regularly check all integrated third-party services for changes.
Law changes is fair point, I wasn't aware of that. Thanks a lot @OPunktSchmidt for clarifying it to me.
I used www.privacyblast.com
We are based in the UK, used https://seedlegals.com/ as part of their wider offering.
I've used the Cooley Doc Generator here! https://www.cooleygo.com/documents/terms-use/
I paid a one off fee to https://getterms.io/, though I'm also comfortable enough with contracts that I feel ok tweaking and reusing it from project-to-project. If I wanted to just have a "pay em and it's done" solution, I like iubenda for that.
I use TermsFeed.
We have been using Iubenda at Feedgrip and are fairly happy with it