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Privacy Policy for Canada

Any business that handles personal information from Canadian residents needs to make sure that it maintains a Privacy Policy that complies with Canadian data protection laws. This article will cover the Canadian privacy laws that companies that do business with Canadian citizens need to be aware of, as well as how...

Privacy Policy for the United States

You need a Privacy Policy to comply with several U.S. privacy laws. New transparency requirements across several U.S. states require businesses to explain how they collect, use, and share personal information. This article will explain how to create a Privacy Policy that complies with six important U.S. state privacy laws, list...

Terms of Use Template

A Terms of Use agreement is a legal agreement that lets you protect your company's legal interests, control the use of your website or app, and promote your business as a professional and trustworthy organization. In this article, we're going to walk you through everything you need to include in your...

The "Online Eraser" law

Starting January 1, 2015, California's brand new "Online Eraser" took effect. The "Online Eraser" law allows minors (under 18 years of age) in California to take down content or information that they posted themselves as registered users on a website, online service, online application or mobile application (collectively known as online...

Terms of Service Template

A Terms of Service agreement is a legal document that helps you set out the rules and guidelines that your users or visitors must agree to in order to use your website or app. It helps to limit your legal liability while maintaining control over your platform. In this article, we're...

Privacy guidance for Google by Article 29 Working Party

The "Article 29 Data Protection Working Party" issued a guidance for Google to ensure that the search giant's Privacy Policy agreement is in compliance with EU data protection laws. The good news is that you can also apply the points in this guidance to the Privacy Policy agreement of your own...