Protect your website or blog from legal problems and fines.
Are you adequately protecting yourself from legal liability you might face because of your website or blog? Do you know which website disclaimers and policies you must post on your site to protect yourself and to comply with new laws? If not, you are not alone. Currently, over 95 percent of website and blog owners are violating state, federal, or global privacy laws.
If you are using one of the many free privacy policies or plugins from the Internet, it is almost certain your policy is in violation of current privacy laws.
Website Privacy Policies are Required by Law
We offer some of the highest-quality website disclaimers, terms and conditions, and privacy policies on the Internet. We help website owners limit their chances of being sued. In addition, our documents can help you avoid legal problems with advertisers, contributors to your website or blog, the Federal Trade Commission, and other state, federal, and global regulatory agencies.
Our website privacy policies, terms and conditions, and disclaimers are drafted and reviewed by licensed attorneys and certified privacy professionals to help protect you and your online business.
It’s an unfortunate fact that the more information you put online, the greater the chance that you’ll face legal problems relating to that information. Some website owners have incurred fines and faced lawsuits because they did not comply with laws governing website privacy policies, disclosures, and advertising regulations.
In addition to not following privacy laws many website owners do not properly handle endorsements, testimonials, projected earnings, and other topics. This finding is according to Federal Trade Commission regulations and guidelines put into effect in 2009.
These regulations were designed to shut down and fine website owners who were purposely misleading visitors and customers—a goal that, of course, benefits everyone. Unfortunately, the new regulations are hurting good people and businesses that are simply unaware of these regulations and the correct legal language to use in their policies and agreements.
Your website or blog is fundamentally a contract between you, your customers, your users, and your visitors. You are accountable for the content that you put on your website or blog. Consequently you open yourself to fines and lawsuits for things like:
- Posting copyrighted content that belongs to others
- Posting defamatory content about individuals or companies
- Posting wrong or inaccurate information
- Not telling website visitors if you get paid for product reviews
- The harm a customer suffers from a product purchased on your website
- Not disclosing that you are an affiliate for another company
Although a blog or website disclaimer does not fully release you from liability, it is an essential defensive tool in cautioning customers and visitors and avoiding potential litigation.
Here are some of the attorney-drafted website policies, disclaimers, and agreements that we offer:
- Website Disclaimer and Blog Disclaimer – helps protect your website or blog from legal action taken by customers or visitors. More>
- Website terms and conditions – describes a user’s legal rights concerning your website or blog. More >
- Earnings disclaimer – is necessary if you are offering money-making opportunities or financial and investment advice. More>
- Affiliate agreement – helps protect the owner of the affiliate program from disputes and potential loss of intellectual property. More>
- Website advertising agreement – helps protect website and blog owners when allowing others to advertise on their site. More>
- Medical or health disclaimer – a must-have for websites or blogs promoting exercise or health-related products and information. More>
- Fitness/exercise disclaimer – used when selling fitness-related services or products. More>
Our website policies, terms and conditions, and disclaimers are inexpensive insurance against potentially expensive fines and lawsuits from federal, state, and global regulatory agencies, and private parties.
In addition to the previously mentioned benefits good website documentation sends a positive message to your customers, visitors, and members. It indicates that you care about your relationship with them and are willing to post it openly on your website or blog.
Website disclaimers and privacy policies are an affordable means of protecting you from liability and helping ensure that you comply with current Internet laws that govern websites.
Here is how we can help you:
There is no other company that offers the quality documents, information, instructions, and training that we do.
We help website, blog, and mobile app owners avoid lawsuits and problems with contributors, advertisers, the FTC, and other federal, state, and global regulatory agencies.
Call us at 800-963-2902 today and let us explain how we can help you.