This document helps explain what website policies are and how they help you comply with laws and also protect you by limiting your liability.
The three most common policies found on websites:
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Today’s modern websites are built to provide a great user experience and motivate prospective customers to reach out and inquire about what you have to offer. This is done through the use of tools such as contact forms, website analytics, and more.
Contact forms ask users to submit their ‘name’ and ‘email’, which are examples of personally identifiable information. When a website uses analytics, it collects each visitor’s IP address and shares that personally identifiable information with third-party data analytics providers. These are just a few examples of the many ways websites collect and share personally identifiable information.
A Terms of Service Agreement limits the liability of businesses by stating the rules to using the website.