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Liability Waivers: When You Need One and How to Write One

A liability waiver is a legal agreement that alerts potential customers about inherent dangers with your services and tells them you're not liable for mishaps. Though liability waivers are commonly used by businesses with a higher risk of injury or damages (e.g., fitness, healthcare, outdoor recreation, etc.), they can be used...

AI and Legal Agreements

Is it a good idea to use AI to create your legal agreements, such as Terms and Conditions agreements, Privacy Policies, EULAs, Cookies Policies, Return and Refund Policies, and Disclaimers? We believe it is not a good idea, and this article will explain why. We used a popular AI tool, ChatGPT,...

AI Generated Terms and Conditions Agreements

AI is everywhere these days. But should you use it to generate a Terms and Conditions agreement (T&C)? This article will explain the limits of AI by using it to create actual Terms and Conditions agreements and then comparing the results to professionally-created Terms agreements. What is AI and ChatGPT? Artificial Intelligence...

"How Do We Use Your Information" Clause in a Privacy Policy

Businesses, websites and mobile apps collect large amounts of information from users, from email addresses and names to shipping addresses and financial data. And it's important that your users understand what you use their personal information for. Including a clause about how you use personal information (personal data) you collect within...

Nevada Consumer Health Data Privacy Law

The Nevada Consumer Health Data Privacy Law (Senate Bill 370) protects Nevada consumers' personal data by restricting the ways entities collect, use, and sell Nevada their private health information. The law was passed on June 5, 2023 and will go into effect on March 31, 2024. This article will take you through...

Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (TDPSA)

The Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (TDPSA) is a comprehensive privacy law that was passed on June 19, 2023 and will take effect partly on July 1, 2024 and partly on January 1, 2025. The Texas TDPSA is similar to privacy laws in U.S. states such as Virginia, Colorado, and...