By James Chiodo
Here are five things website owners need to watch out for when drafting and managing privacy policies.
- Guaranteeing That Visitors’ Personal Information Will Be Safe
- Promising to Not Share or Sell Your Email Address and Personal Information
- Letting Your Guard Down After Your Company Goes Out of Business
Global Privacy Laws
Since websites are reachable worldwide, you’re obligated to comply with the privacy laws of the countries where your website is accessible to visitors and customers, even if you don’t live or do business there.
The privacy laws that affect website owners also affect mobile app sellers because of the capabilities of some mobile apps to gather data without the knowledge of the app user.
Some Final Thoughts on Avoiding Legal Problems
- Don’t Use Free Privacy Policies
- Choose Your Attorney Carefully
Read full article and learn more about Privacy Policies here.
Here’s How To Make Sure You,
Your Virginia Business & Website Is FTC Compliant
By now it should be clear how important it is for you to be FTC compliant. But how can you do that without spending $7,500-$8,000 or more on Internet Attorneys?
Smart business owners around the world are doing it with the help of FTC Guardian.
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Here are some of the things you’ll discover on the training:
- Real-Life Examples of People Who Didn’t Think They Were At Risk, But Who Got Nailed By The FTC, And Why It Could Happen To You, Too
- Why 2014 Was a Significant Year For Online Businesses, And Why You Should Be Worried!
- The 3 Enormous Powers The FTC Has That Can Change Your Life – And Your Family’s Life – Forever!
- How to Avoid FTC Claims When Collecting Leads With Optin Forms
- And Much More…
Remember: legal protection is a massively important part of your business, and it’s one you cannot afford to ignore any longer.
Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It’s not legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship is created. Neither the author nor FTC Guardian, Inc. is endorsed by the Federal Trade Commission.