The Terms and Conditions of Use and Why You Really Should Have One
You’ve seen it. Pretty much every website or online service you use makes you agree to it. Yet, even though it’s everywhere on the internet, many misconceptions still exist. We’re talking, of course, about the Terms and Conditions of Use that you agree to every time you do pretty much anything online. Seeing as how Terms and Conditions exist on every platform, you stand to benefit greatly by understanding why it is so important that every site has their own version of it.
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Website, Online Service, Software, or Application Should Have a Terms and Conditions of Use Section
Any website, online service, software, or application, should have a dedicated Terms and Conditions of Use section. While it may be the most skipped over section in your site, it is imperative to have users of your service consent to the terms presented in the agreement, as that gives you the opportunity to write in some very helpful clauses. Those clauses will limit your liability, protect your original content, allow for banning and termination of abusive users, and establish your governing law by which you conduct your services. By providing all of this information and requiring your users to consent to the presented terms, you give yourself a lot more wiggle room should any situation ever escalate into a legal issue.
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