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4 Reasons You Should Use a Privacy Policy Template

Privacy Policy templates are an effective, helpful tool that you can use to create a Privacy Policy for your website. They can provide you with detailed guidance while allowing full customization of a Privacy Policy, no matter what your business practices are or what industry you're in. This article will explain...

No Responsibility Disclaimer

A no responsibility disclaimer can serve to warn consumers of the inherent risk associated with the use of your business's products or services. It can also encourage consumers to take personal responsibility for any damage that may occur from using your products or services. Businesses use no responsibility disclaimers to educate...

Disclaimers for Emails

An email disclaimer is the small print at the bottom of an email that communicates how recipients should use the material contained within the email. This article will go over what email disclaimers are used for, whether they are legally required, types of email disclaimers, and how you can draft your...

Terms and Conditions URL

A Terms and Conditions URL is the web address where your Terms and Conditions agreement lives. You can use this URL to promote your Terms and Conditions agreement to the public on your website or through your mobile or desktop apps. This article will explain what a Terms and Conditions agreement...

Terms and Conditions for Influencers

When you're an influencer, it's important to have a Terms and Conditions agreement (T&C) in place for your website. Terms and Conditions (also known as Terms of Use or Terms of Service agreements) are important legal documents that outline the rights and responsibilities of both you and your users. They also...

How to Comply With the CPRA's "Limit the Use of My Sensitive Personal Information" Requirement

In order to comply with this, you must inform consumers as to how you intend to use any sensitive personal information you process before you collect it, as well as let them know whether you will be selling or sharing that information and how long you plan to keep it. This...