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Terms & Privacy

Terms and conditions (“Terms”) are a set of legal terms defined by the owner of a website. They set forth the terms and conditions governing the activities of the website visitors on the said website and the relationship between the site visitors and the website owner.  Terms must be defined according to the specific needs and nature of each website. For example, a website offering products to customers in e-commerce transactions requires Terms that are different from the Terms of a website only providing information.     

Terms provide the website owner the ability to protect themselves from potential legal exposure.

in general, what should you cover in your Terms & Conditions?

 

  1. Who can use your website; what are the requirements to create an account (if relevant)

  2. Key commercial Terms offered to customers

  3. Retention of right to change offering

  4. Warranties & responsibility for services and products

  5. Ownership of intellectual property, copyrights and logos

  6. Right to suspend or cancel member account

  7. Indemnification

  8. Limitation of liability

  9. Right to change and modify Terms

  10. Preference of law and dispute resolution

  11. Contact info

 

You can check out this support article to receive more information about how to create a Terms and Conditions page.

The explanations and information provided herein are only general and high-level explanations, information and samples. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or as recommendations regarding what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice to help you understand and to assist you in the creation of your Terms.

Privacy Policy

A privacy policy is a statement that discloses some or all of the ways a website collects, uses, discloses, and manages the data of its visitors and customers. It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a visitor or client's privacy.

Countries have their own laws with different requirements per jurisdiction regarding the use of privacy policies. Make sure you are following the legislation relevant to your activities and location. 

In general, what should you cover in your Privacy Policy?

 

  1. What type of information do you collect?

  2. How do you collect information?

  3. Why do you collect such personal information?

  4. How do you store, use, share and disclose your site visitors' personal information?

  5. How (and if) do you communicate with your site visitors?

  6. Is your service targeting and collecting information from Minors?

  7. Privacy policy updates

  8. Contact Information


You can check out this support article to receive more information about how to create a privacy policy.

The explanations and information provided herein are only general explanations, information and samples. You should not rely on this article as legal advice or as recommendations regarding what you should actually do. We recommend that you seek legal advice to help you understand and to assist you in the creation of your cookie policy.

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