Website disclaimers, terms of service and privacy policies

Collecting regulated data (names, emails, etc.) may mean that you’re required to have a Privacy Policy with specific disclosures required under multiple privacy laws.
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Protect your business with attorney-approved website privacy policies

If your website has a contact form, it needs a privacy policy.

If your website uses cookies to track users, it should have a cookie policy.

If your website links to third-party websites, it should have a terms & conditions policy.

If a website offers any type of affiliate links, it should have a disclaimer.

    Privacy Policies

    Reduce your legal risk

    Over a dozen states have proposed or already are implementing privacy laws to protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of its citizens.

    Each of these laws has unique requirements as well as unique penalties for not complying. Some states are proposing businesses be fined over $5,000 per infringement (per website visitor).

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    Terms & Conditions

    Protect your business

    Terms and conditions limit a company’s liability. If a user clicks a link to a 3rd party site that is hacked, and then that user gets hacked, a Terms & Conditions helps prevent that business from being sued.

    Bonus fun fact: A Terms and Conditions (aka Terms of Use) can provide a DMCA Notice, which can help your business from being sued for improper use of copyrighted material (like licensed images).

    Website Privacy Policies

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