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Can I Copy Terms and Conditions?

It's never a good idea to simply copy someone else's Terms and Conditions agreement and use it as your own. Not only could this be a copyright violation, but it...

Can I Copy a Privacy Policy?

While you technically can copy a Privacy Policy, it's generally a bad idea to do this as you could expose your company to unnecessary legal consequences. This article will consider five...

Video: How Can I use a Privacy Policy Template

Privacy Policies can seem complicated to understand, let alone create yourself, but we're here to uncomplicate things for you. In today's video, we'll give you more clarity on what Privacy Policies...

Fair Use Disclaimers

In the United States, you can use copyrighted works without permission so long as the use falls within the definition of "fair use." If you plan on using copyrighted material...

Video: GDPR and CCPA Compliance for Ecommerce Stores

If you sell products or services online, your ecommerce store likely needs to comply with the EU's GDPR and California's CCPA. These laws come with a number of requirements, including...

5 Reasons Why You Need Terms and Conditions for Your Website

If you offer goods or services online, you should have a Terms and Conditions agreement (T&C) on your website. Your Terms and Conditions agreement can form the backbone of your...