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The Top Three Frequently Asked Questions
The short answer is probably yes.
If a website offers links to third party websites, it should have a Terms & Conditions. Terms & Conditions limit a company’s liability. If a user clicks a link to a 3rd party site that is hacked, and then that user gets hacked, a Terms & Conditions helps prevent your business from being sued.
If a website offers affiliate links, it should have a Disclaimer.
Important: Any websites providing information that could be considered health advice or legal advice (law firms!), are also good reasons to have a Disclaimer.
Many affiliate programs will require you to have a disclaimer, and consumers want to know when you’re getting paid for links you put on your website.
Did You Know?
States across America are proposing privacy laws to protect its citizens and their PII. Some states are proposing laws that will enable its citizens to sue businesses (of any size) located anywhere in the United States. On top of that, multiple countries have implemented their own strict privacy laws which can apply to businesses outside of those countries.
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