Protect Your Website, App, or SaaS Business from Legal Liability
Drafted by Attorneys and a Certified Information Privacy Professional for 2019-2020
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Did You Know the Law Requires Website, Mobile App, and SaaS Owners to Have a Properly Drafted Privacy Notice Posted?
→ If you're using one of the many flawed free privacy notices, generators, or plug-ins from the Internet, it's almost certain your privacy notice does not comply with current privacy laws.
→ Most website, app, and SaaS owners are still in violation of the United States or global privacy laws.
Are you adequately protecting yourself from legal liability you might face from running your online business? Do you know which provisions are required to be in your privacy notice to comply with the new privacy laws?
The rapid growth of new privacy laws has made running a website, mobile app, or SaaS far more complicated. These new laws have led to an increase in fines and lawsuits for business owners because they are using poorly drafted privacy notices and are not obeying some of the new complex privacy laws.
Your Website is a Contract Between You and Your Users
Your website, mobile app, or SaaS is fundamentally a contract between you and your users. You are legally accountable for the language in your privacy notice. Consequently, you can open yourself to fines and lawsuits for things like:
- Not complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Not complying with the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
- Not complying with the new Nevada privacy law
- Not complying with other state laws
- Not providing users their legal rights
- Not obeying your privacy notice
- The harm a customer suffers from using your products or services
The Importance of Properly Drafted Documents
Properly drafted privacy notices and terms and conditions are an affordable and effective way to limit your legal liability and comply with current Internet and privacy laws. Good documentation also sends a positive message to your users. It indicates that you care about your relationship with them and are willing to show it.
How We Can Help You
By providing high-quality documents that are drafted by attorneys and a Certified Information Privacy Professional. We help website, mobile app, and SaaS owners to comply with the US and global privacy and disclosure laws, and regulations.
Having the right documents posted and complying with privacy and other laws can help you avoid legal problems from state, federal, and global regulatory agencies, as well as private parties such as your own visitors and customers.
We would like to help you get the proper documentation so you can move on with your business.
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