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Privacy Policy and Terms generator services recommendations?

Are there any online services outside of termsfeed or snapterms that create a privacy policy and t&c's? Ideally looking for something cost efficient but effective.

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Caprice Young Entrepreneur
President at Education Growth Group, and Senior Advisor to the CEO of GreatSchools.org
Dimitry Rotstein
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Dimitry Rotstein Entrepreneur
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I used Business-in-a-Box and found it very useful. Costs about $60, although it's changing all the time. It's a desktop app, not an online service though.
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automattic (wordpress) has shared their terms and privacy policy under creative commons share alike license - http://automattic.com/privacy/,http://en.wordpress.com/tos/
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Founder at Immerss, 6x Entrepreneur & Angel Investor. Building relationships with Angel Investors worldwide.
Make sure you don't use a template if you are serous about your business. I just finished mine with an excellent attorney. Let me know if you are interested and I'll connect you.
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Mike Sleep Entrepreneur
Healthcare IT Leadership & Project Management Consulting
I attempted to use LegalZoom's flat rate service for this but found it very lacking in addressing the specific needs of my business. I ended up with a fantastic niche legal group that was pricey, but worth every penny. They spent a couple hours grilling me about all aspects of my site, how I use information, the nuances of the services I provide, etc. The final result is something I feel very confident they'll be able to defend should there be any legal issues that arise from the use of my site in the future. I HIGHLY recommend you take the time to start developing a trusted legal adviser relationship if you are serious about developing an online presence.
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