You Probably Do
Need A Website Policy
Privacy and Cookie Policies are Standard
In a sense, it tells the visitor how you observe their interaction with your site. It mentions what the site collects, how the information is collected, and what becomes of it. Furthermore, transparency and full disclosure are intended to instill confidence in the visitor that you will not abuse their trust. It will also protect your site from a variety of legal issues that result in lawsuits.
Personally Identifiable Information
More Policies Are Necessary
A List of Typical Website Policies
California Privacy Rights
External Links Policy
Digital Goods Refund Policy
Disclaimers (Earnings, Medical, Legal, etc.)
Disclosure (Advertising, Confidentiality, Testimonials, Affiliate, etc.)
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
And more …
Read the related posts to learn more about how to construct your policies and where you can get them created for free or low cost.
Help Is Available
When Creating Website Policies
For many, the development of website policies is difficult for a few reasons, such as not knowing what to say or why to say it, the lack of legal skills, an inability to comprehend legal terminology and concepts, and limited financial resources available to pay for professional services.
Visit These Links
Here is a list of sites offering assistance with the development of various website policies.
Visit IUBENDA for a variety of policy generation options and tools.
For more information about website policies, visit: The Big 3 – Disclaimer Template