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3 Reasons Your Business Website Needs An Updated Privacy Policy

April 1, 2015

Three reasons your business needs an updated privacy policy. 

 

Does your business use social media to market potential clients? Does your website store and track information about your clients? That is a great way to learn about your clients, but can be dangerous if you do not have the proper privacy policy or website terms & conditions. 

 

 

Your business should have a privacy policy if you use social media to contact clients or potential consumers. 

 

Do you allow clients to sign in using their social media accounts? Are clients able to communicate with your business through social media? A business needs to make sure their privacy policy covers the activities that utilize social media. 
 

Your privacy policy and web terms & conditions should express what your business does with the information collected from clients and potential consumers. 

 

Does your business store potential client information that visit your website? Do clients subscribe to a blog? Your privacy policy should protect the business legally for collecting the information and using it in the way the business intends. 

Is your website tracking website users behavior? This is a great business practice, but your business must make sure to have a well drafted privacy policy for the website to avoid any legal woes. 

Bottom line, a business owner makes a lot of investments when starting a business, be careful not to overlook your websites privacy policy. An Internet Lawyer will be able to assist you in protecting your intellectual property. 

 

 

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