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Did You Know? The Law Requires Website Owners to Have a Properly Drafted Privacy Notice Posted on Their Website.
→ If you're using one of the many free privacy notices, generators, or plugins from the Internet, it's almost certain your privacy notice is in violation of current privacy laws.
→ The majority of website and blog owners are violating United States or global privacy laws.
Are you adequately protecting yourself from legal liability you might face from running your website? Do you know which website disclaimers, privacy notices, and disclosures you must post on your website to protect yourself and comply with new laws? If not, you are not alone.
The rapid growth of the Internet has led regulatory agencies from major countries to pass tougher privacy and disclosure laws for people who operate a website, blog, or mobile application.
These new laws have led to an increase in fines and lawsuits for business owners because they have outdated or poorly drafted privacy notices posted on their website or in their mobile application.
Your Website is a Contract Between You and Your Users
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 can open yourself to fines and lawsuits for things like:
- Not complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Not complying with new California Consumer Privacy Act
- Not obeying your privacy notice
- 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
The Importance of Properly Drafted Website Documents
If properly drafted, website privacy notices, terms and conditions, and disclaimers can be effective in defending you against lawsuits.
Sending The Right Message to Your Users
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 notices are an affordable means of protecting you from liability and helping ensure that you comply with current Internet laws that govern websites.
How We Can Help You
By providing high-quality documents that are drafted by attorneys and a Certified Information Privacy Professional. We help website, blog, mobile app, and general business owners comply with global privacy and disclosure laws, and regulations.
Having these documents posted on your website helps avoid lawsuits from your contributors, advertisers, the FTC, and other federal, state, and global regulatory agencies, as well as private parties such as your own visitors and customers.
A website privacy notice, disclaimer, and terms and conditions can significantly help you reduce legal liability. Our goal is to help you get the proper documentation posted to your website or mobile application, so you can move on with your business.
For details on specific website disclaimers, privacy notices, disclosures, or agreements, call us at 1-800-963-2902, or email firstname.lastname@example.org