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Your Terms of Service should be placed in a noticeable location on your website. Most websites add them as a hyperlink (a link to another web page) in the footer, however this is not ideal as it is required that your terms and conditions be conspicuous.
There are two ways in which you can display your terms and conditions agreement so they may be most likely to be enforceable. These are:
1. A Clickwrap Agreement: This form of agreement includes a click box or check box, which must be clicked on by the user indicating that they have read and agree to the websites Terms and Conditions before they can proceed any further on the website.
2. A Browsewrap Agreement: This type of agreement doesn't require any action on behalf of the user but instead indicates that by usage of the website the terms and conditions are agreed to. The hyperlink to the website's Terms and Conditions should be very conspicuous, must take the user directly to the Terms and Conditions Agreement and clearly state that by continuing to use the website and it's services, the user is agreeing to the Terms and Conditions.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) are both California state laws. Both of these acts are in place to protect the personal information of residents of California. Let’s take a look at the similarities and differences between these two acts. Listen to this article in audio format […]
If it seems that everyone is updating their privacy policies, it’s because they are. Companies update their privacy policies in order to be compliant with the data protection laws and to inform users of their rights and how their data is collected, stored and used. Among the latest are GDPR and CCPA, both laws increase […]