pricing

Custom fixed fee rates will be determined after you consult an independent attorney. Prices vary with other factors, including but not limited to: Business location and industry Data privacy and compliance issues E-commerce and sales activities Membership or subscription service The price depends on the required factors and will be determined after the lawyer's evaluation.

pricing

Custom fixed fee rates will be determined after you consult an independent attorney. Prices vary with other factors, including but not limited to: Business location and industry Data privacy and compliance issues E-commerce and sales activities Membership or subscription service The price depends on the required factors and will be determined after the lawyer's evaluation.

Site terms and conditions

The terms and conditions of the site specify the rules governing the use of the site. Because each site is different, you need to customize the terms and conditions.

Site terms and conditions

The terms and conditions of the site specify the rules governing the use of the site. Because each site is different, you need to customize the terms and conditions.

Privacy policy

A privacy policy is your company's disclosure statement that informs customers how to collect, store, disclose to third parties and use their personal information on the site. Your privacy policy should be unique to your business.

Privacy policy

A privacy policy is your company's disclosure statement that informs customers how to collect, store, disclose to third parties and use their personal information on the site. Your privacy policy should be unique to your business.

FAQ

FAQ

That depends. Sites in industries that collect personally identifiable information about their users need privacy policies. These could include financial services and health care. In addition, some states (such as Texas and California) require a website to have a privacy policy if the site is accessible by its residents. Since the Internet is global, you are strongly advised to have both a privacy policy and the terms and conditions of your site.
Are website terms and conditions and privacy policies required?
That depends. Sites in industries that collect personally identifiable information about their users need privacy policies. These could include financial services and health care. In addition, some states (such as Texas and California) require a website to have a privacy policy if the site is accessible by its residents. Since the Internet is global, you are strongly advised to have both a privacy policy and the terms and conditions of your site.
Website terms and conditions are often used to govern how users use your site and what kind of relationship they have with your company. Elaborate terms and conditions may cover areas such as payments, taxes, refunds, gift certificates, accounts, as well as details about your company's services, privacy policies, disclaimers, warranties, limitations of liability, etc. The privacy policy is your company's statement on how to collect, use, store, protect, disclose and transmit users' personal and non-personal information. Your terms and conditions and privacy policy will be as unique as your company and the services it offers.
How do terms and conditions differ from privacy policies?
Website terms and conditions are often used to govern how users use your site and what kind of relationship they have with your company. Elaborate terms and conditions may cover areas such as payments, taxes, refunds, gift certificates, accounts, as well as details about your company's services, privacy policies, disclaimers, warranties, limitations of liability, etc. The privacy policy is your company's statement on how to collect, use, store, protect, disclose and transmit users' personal and non-personal information. Your terms and conditions and privacy policy will be as unique as your company and the services it offers.
Properly drafted terms and conditions, as well as privacy policies, can prevent potential claims that your site users may have if the courts are willing to enforce them. The court ruling may be more favorable for companies that have privacy policies that companies adhere to. Courts are also more likely to enforce well-drafted and easily accessible terms and conditions. This is why it is important that terms and conditions clearly describe to users what is and is not allowed on your site.
Do website terms and conditions and privacy policies provide liability protection?
Properly drafted terms and conditions, as well as privacy policies, can prevent potential claims that your site users may have if the courts are willing to enforce them. The court ruling may be more favorable for companies that have privacy policies that companies adhere to. Courts are also more likely to enforce well-drafted and easily accessible terms and conditions. This is why it is important that terms and conditions clearly describe to users what is and is not allowed on your site.

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