Whether you own a business, run a nonprofit organization or simply want to share your talents and passions with the public, chances are that you use a website to communicate with people potentially interested in your operations. Gone are the days when people turned to the local phone book to give them information about local and nationwide businesses that might best suit their needs. Instead, both companies and individuals alike generally go online when they need access to information about goods, services and influencers relevant to their interests. As a result, having a solid website is not really optional for companies and organizations, even small, local, niche enterprises. However, some businesses and individual innovators are understandably hesitant to do “too much” with their web presence because they are unsure of what kind of liabilities this reality exposes them to. One of the best ways that parties interested in maintaining websites, email lists, mobile apps and other forms of online communication with customers, supporters and the general public can protect themselves involves the use of privacy policies.
Privacy Policies – An Introduction
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