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Where Should I Place My Privacy Policy?

Your Privacy Policy needs to be placed where it will be easy to notice and always be accessible. There are a number of places you can add your Privacy Policy that will satisfy these requirements. This article will demonstrate how you can place your Privacy Policy in a way that's most...

How Google and LinkedIn Update Their Privacy Policies

The Privacy Policy is a legal statement that specifies what the website operator will and won't do with the personal data collected from its users. Google and LinkedIn are processing huge amounts of personal information from their users. Users of both Google and LinkedIn needed to be informed about any updates that...

4 Ways to Notify Your Users About Cookies

If you use cookies, you must notify your users of this. The specific requirements vary depending on what cookies you use and where you do business, but here are four universal ways to notify your users about your use of cookies. What's the Cookie Law? The Cookie Law was introduced via amendments...

Increase AdWords Quality Score with Privacy Policies

A "Privacy Policy" agreement is required by law if you collect personal data, but the agreement might also help you get a better Quality Score with your Google AdWords campaigns. The Quality Score is a measurement of how relevant your ads, keywords, and landing page that links from the ad to...

5 Reasons Why You Need Terms and Conditions

Because of its importance, there are 5 main reasons why you should have a Terms and Conditions agreement: to prevent abuses, to protect your creative content, to terminate accounts, to limit your legal liability and to set your governing law. This article will look further into each of these reasons why...

Don't Use Privacy & Terms from WordPress

WordPress (the WordPress.com team) made available their Terms of Service agreement and their Privacy Policy agreement available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license. This means that you can copy the Terms of Service and the Privacy Policy from WordPress for your own website, but should you copy and paste the...