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Legal Pages You Need for Your Websites

Dotting the I's and Crossing the T's With Some Essential Page Content.
Paul Smithson - 25th December 2008
paul smithson The Internet is moving away from the free-for-all days of old and moving towards a much more regulated environment. The reason for this is simple. In the early days the Internet was like a virtual Wild West, where pretty much anything went. Those days are long gone. Online business is booming and it’s essential that laws are put in place to protect both the buyer and seller from unscrupulous behavior.

From an Internet marketer’s perspective there is an increasingly long list of documents that they may need to include on your site if you are need to meet the regulatory needs of the country in which you are based or the areas in which you carry out your activities. Some of these are covered below, but what you need to meet your legal requirements may vary from what is listed here and so it is highly recommended that you hire a lawyer who is experienced in the field of online business as they will be able to advice you on exactly what you need, and create the documents for you.

Terms of Service (TOS)

The TOS is a document that explains the rules and regulations for using site, amongst other things.  Basically, you’re asking your visitor to accept these terms if they are going to make use of your site.

The TOS will include information about copyrights for materials and images used, discuss trademarks of your company’s products, disclose ownership of the site, offer licensing restrictions, make clear any age requirements for use of the site, and state your liability terms.

Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy discusses what information is collected through your website. That includes information collected by your ISP, financial information for billing purposes, and email and contact information.

You need to let people know what information may be collected and how it will be used. People want to know if their contact information will be sold to other people, for example, and they’ll look here to see what your policy is regarding this situation.


Your disclaimer protects you from anyone claiming you guaranteed their success or specific results with your product. For example if you have a product that helps them to start an online business you need to make it clear that you cannot guarantee that they will earn specific amounts or if it is a weight-loss product you are not claiming that they will definitely lose as much weight as the examples you may have used on your site.

The three documents mentioned above are the ones you will see used most frequently. There may well be others that relate to your particular marketplace.

The use of these documents varies from country to country and even state to state, so don’t forget the advice about making use of a good lawyer who has expertise in this area and, ideally, your particular sector.

One final word of warning. Using these documents isn’t just a way of you meeting your statutory legal obligations (i.e. because the law says you have to use them) it’s a way of covering yourself in the event of legal action. The last thing you need when you are starting or running an online business is a long and drawn out legal battle that could have been avoided had you used the correct legal documents right from the start.

About Paul Smithson - Paul Smithson is the founder of Intellimon and the driving force behind the best-selling XSitePro web site development tool. Since graduating in Business Strategy and Direct Marketing from two of Europe’s leading business schools, Paul has set up five multi-million dollar companies, one of which is now owned by the BBC. His areas of expertise include business strategy, e-commerce, on-line and off-line marketing, software development, and maximizing the potential of on-line businesses.

For more information about this, and many other Internet Marketing-related topics, visit Paul Smithson's site, www.xsitepro.com.

Source: http://www.xsitepro.com/legal-pages-you-need-for-your-websites.html

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