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What privacy laws does Termly cover?
What privacy laws does Termly cover?
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Termly's products are designed to support a large number of global privacy laws, with particular attention on the EU, UK, and US privacy, consumer protection, and contract law. Some laws may be more broadly covered, even if not mentioned below.

Laws explicitly covered by Termly

Termly's privacy policy generator, cookie policy generator, and cookie consent management platform is designed to cover:


These laws cover the rights of residents in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the UK:

North America

These laws cover the rights of residents in certain US states and Canadian provinces with active privacy laws:

Rest of World

  • Australia’s Privacy Act 1988

  • New Zealand’s Privacy Act 2020

  • South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA)

Can Termly’s products be used for compliance with privacy laws outside of the explicitly covered regions?

In some cases, Termly’s products can be used for compliance with other countries’ laws. Many countries’ privacy legislation is based on the EU GDPR, which is one of the strictest privacy laws. If you use Termly to comply with the EU GDPR, you may already be complying with other similarly drafted laws.

If you decide to use Termly’s products for legislation outside of the laws mentioned above, we recommend you contact a local attorney to review your policies and compliance situation. This way you can take advantage of Termly’s features while still ensuring full compliance.

Will Termly be expanding its compliance coverage?

Yes, Termly actively works on expanding compliance coverage around the globe.

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