Privacy Label Quick Tool

With this tool you can create your own Privacy Label. Please select an option to begin:


If nothing happens, try refeshing the page.


Pick an option that closely matches your situation. Before picking one you will see a preview.


If nothing happens, go back and try opening the templates page again.


Paste your code into the area below, and click the import button.


If your label is ready, there are a few ways you can share your creation with the world.

Embed in a website

You can embed a privacy label in your website, for example at the top of your privacy statement. The embed-code is completely stand-alone, meaning it never connects to our servers. It's the most privacy-friendly way of sharing your label with the world.

Share a link

If you don't want to embed the label on your website, you can create a link that will show users this label. The only limitation is that the label won't contain your explanations. This is because we don't store your label on our servers - the data is encoded in the link itself. And there is a limit too how much data a link may contain.

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Because you have an account you have the option to serve your labels from our server. This makes it easier to update your labels, since you don't have to manually update the embed code each time you make a change.

Whenever you press the publish button, the current version of the label will be set as the latest publicly available version.

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Every label is based on a standardised 'JSON' format that describes what the label contains. This includes your explanations. To make sure you don't lose your label, copy the code and store it somewhere you won't lose it.

Did you know you can click on the CODE button at the bottom of every label to see its "JSON" code?

JSON is a popular data exchange format. By having a JSON code embedded in the label, it becomes easier for computers to read. You can also import these codes into this tool.