Website & App Compliance
We will make your website or app compliant with the law, across multiple languages and legislations
About This Service
Would you like to quickly explain to your customers and your visitors each rule that regulates your website, service or product?
You'll get here the opportunity to protect your website through infringement, plagiarism, legal abuse, misuse or any other types of legal issues.
Our cookie management solution runs on billions of pageviews per month. It comes with comprehensive consent analytics, so that you can monitor and optimize your consent collection performance.
Our team of lawyers constantly work to keep your documents up-to-date with the main international legislations, to notify you of major upcoming changes.
We guide you through the creation process with questionnaire-style prompts, helpful hints, and explanations to help you include everything you need.
Our team of attorneys will draft a highly detailed and tailored documents in compliance with all the regulatory and legal requirements.
Take away the stress and financial burden derived from legal requirements of having an online presence for your business or personal projects.
We will provide the content in a Word document and with HTML code included so that you can place it immediately on your website without having to worry about formatting.
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On 28 June 2021, the EU approved adequacy decisions for the EU GDPR and the Law Enforcement Directive (LED). This means data can continue to flow as it did before, in the majority of circumstances.Both decisions are expected to last until 27 June 2025.The General Data Protection Regulation has been kept in UK law as the UK GDPR.
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Does the GDPR still apply?
The EU GDPR is an EU Regulation and it no longer applies to the UK. If you operate inside the UK, you need to comply with the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018). The provisions of the EU GDPR have been incorporated directly into UK law as the UK GDPR.
What is an appropriate policy document?
An appropriate policy document must explain: (a) your procedures for ensuring compliance with the law enforcement data protection principles; and (b) your policies on the retention and erasure of this data.