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Customized Terms of Service

A Terms of Service Agreement, also commonly referred to as Terms of Use or Terms and Conditions, covers a range of issues that govern the behavior of a user when they are using your website. Things like content ownership, third party websites, payments, copyright notices and more are included in this document. The terms within the agreement provide your company a framework to restrict or terminate user's' access if they violate the contract. If you have a web based service, you can see why it's vital for you to have this in place in order to set expectations for users entering your site. Your Terms of Service should prevent claims people using your website. A common feature of Terms of Service is a disclaimer which states that you cannot be held responsible for any information that may be displayed incorrectly on your site. For liability purposes, it’s important to structure your Terms in a way that represents your company, and not settle for a template that could be missing key components. Lastly, if you’re just starting out it’s smart to pair a Terms of Service agreement with a Privacy Policy.

Customized Privacy Policy

A well-crafted privacy policy is something that all online businesses should have. It’s a legal document that discloses how a website gathers, uses, discloses and manages a user's data. This policy is so important that it’s required by law in the U.S. for websites that collect user data. A privacy page should specify any personally identifiable information that is gathered, such as name, address and credit card number, as well as other things like order history, uploads, and downloads. It should also disclose if data may be shared with or sold to third parties and if so, for what purpose. For online businesses, drafting and implementing a privacy policy takes planning and foresight. A privacy policy should be drafted in a way that creates transparency and confidence in your site. It’s crucial for businesses to follow their policy by enforcing security measures to protect their users’ data. If a business fails to follow its privacy policy then they may face lawsuits, legal fees, and/or fines. 
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