No matter what your website does it is important to post the terms and condition s on your page to limit your legal liability.
Websites engaged in e-commerce should have a legal notice explaining the terms and conditions regarding billing by credit card, return policies, and refund policies. You may also wish to include a disclaimer for lost or damaged items when a customer returns an item.
If users to your website are allowed to post original content you should limit your liability for any slanderous or offensive comments by including a statement in the terms and conditions.
All web pages need to have a notice to the public that your website is copyrighted or trademarked.
Websites aimed at minors needs to follow the special rules that are stipulated by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
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