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Understanding Website Policies

Privacy Policy

Contact forms ask for a “name” and “email”, which are examples of “Personally Identifiable Information” (PII). Multiple countries and states have enacted privacy laws that impose heavy fines for not having an up to date compliant Privacy Policy. Also, over a dozen states are proposing laws that can apply to businesses regardless of their location. Several of these proposed laws will enable its citizens to sue businesses of any size located anywhere. It’s simple: if you ask for PII via a contact form, and you want to avoid fines and lawsuits, provide a compliant Privacy Policy.

Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions limit a company’s liability. If a user clicks a link to a 3rd party site that is hacked, and then that user gets hacked, a Terms & Conditions helps prevent that business from being sued.

Bonus fun fact: A Terms and Conditions (aka Terms of Use) can provide a DMCA Notice, which can help your business from being sued for improper use of copyrighted material (like licensed images).

Disclaimer

Websites providing information that could be considered health advice or legal advice (law firms!), are also good reasons to have a Disclaimer. A lot of affiliate programs will require you to have a disclaimer, and consumers want to know when you’re getting paid for links you put on your website.

Cookie Policy

Similar to other disclosures, this document allows your website visitors to understand what cookies are, why you collect them, and what you do with the data.

Cookie Consent

A cookie consent form is a pop-up that appears to your website visitor on each unique visit. The consent form allows thew visitor to accept cookie collection, determine which cookies will be collected, or opt out of cookie collection altogether and continue to browse your website. You interacted with a cookie consent form when you first landed on this website.

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