Before we answer that, let’s find out what these policies are.
Terms and Conditions
Whether you are offering links to third party websites (like social media), want to protect yourself from accidental copyright infringement or have an eCommerce website, virtually every website these days need a Terms and Conditions.
A Disclaimer is a statement that limits the liabilities that a website owner may be responsible for due to the website.
End User License Agreement (EULA)
An End User License Agreement or an EULA is an agreement between a software vendor and a user of that software that spells out the rules of using the software.
Several privacy laws are now in place to protect the PII of citizens of certain states with fines that can reach $2,500-$7,500 per website visitor.
What can you do to get protected?
If you don’t have the budget to hire a privacy attorney to create and keep your policies up to date, Sundance Digital Marketing (SDM) has a solution for you.
We utilize a comprehensive website policies generator that will update your website policies when privacy laws change, helping you stay compliant and avoid fines and lawsuits*. We offer this at a fraction of the cost of a privacy attorney.
*Since we cannot control the actions of others, we cannot guarantee that someone will not attempt to sue you, or that you will not receive fines. However, having strong privacy policies will help to reduce these chances.
Website Policies Questions