Why You Need Website Terms and Conditions

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If you’ve ever visited a website, you’ve likely seen a link to the company’s website agreements. The links usually exist at the bottom of the page and provide information about what information the company collects, how they will use it, and the terms governing the use of the website. With the recent passage of California’s CCPA law, more and more attention is being focused on consumer privacy. This means it’s more important than ever to take online privacy seriously. But what does this mean? Are you required to have website agreements and if so, what should they include?

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CCPA Compliance for Startups

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Over the past several years, people have become increasingly aware of the security concerns that exist on the internet. Americans are acutely aware of how much their data is being shared online thanks to high profile data breaches and congressional hearings. In response to consumer privacy concerns, several states have implemented new data security laws. The most recent of which is California’s CCPA. This blog post discusses some ways that startups can become CCPA compliant.

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