Blog: Disclaimer Agreements

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Affiliate Links Disclaimer for Australia

On February 1, 2021, the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA)'s disclosure guidelines went into effect. These influencer marketing guidelines govern influencers, bloggers, and other marketers who do business in Australia. This article will discuss Australian disclosure guidelines and what affiliate marketers who do business in Australia should do to ensure...

Meeting Recording Disclaimer Examples

With the proliferation of privacy laws worldwide and a significant class-action lawsuit against the popular Zoom video conferencing platform, the need for recording disclaimers is growing. In the following article, we'll take a look at recording laws, risks and ramifications of ignoring these laws, ways to obtain user consent, best practices...

Affiliate Links Disclaimer for Canada

With affiliate websites comes the need for affiliate disclaimers. Affiliate disclaimers are necessary when a business uses an affiliate marketing model to sell goods or services because it helps establish what affiliation the website has with the company that sells them. The Competition Bureau is a Canadian government law enforcement agency...

"Disclaimer of Warranties" and "Limitation of Liability" Clause

A Terms and Conditions agreement can help protect you against a wide variety of legal actions, from litigious users and customers. Having one isn't legally required, but it can be useful in deterring and responding to legal actions. It also provides guidelines that establish what to do in the case of...

Protecting Your Website from Copyright Violations

Every company that has a website should work to protect its online assets from copyright violations. Safeguarding your brand is essential, so spotting copyright infringement issues and resolving them as soon as possible is a necessity. Below, we'll take a look at the fundamentals of protecting your website from copyright violations...

Warranty Policy Template

A Warranty Policy is a statement that puts your users or customers on notice of what type of warranty coverage you offer, or if you don't offer one. It can be part of a Terms and Conditions agreement, as well as a standalone policy on your website. This article will break...