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Privacy Policy Agreement

Companies or websites that handle customer information are required by law and third parties to publish their Privacy Policies on their business websites. If you own a website, web app, mobile app or desktop app that collects or processes user data, you most certainly will have to post a Privacy Policy on your website (or give in-app access to the full Privacy Policy agreement).

Privacy is not a new concept. Humans have always desired privacy in their social as well as private lives. But the idea of privacy as a human right is a relatively modern phenomenon.

Here are some of the main reasons:

  • Required by the law
  • Required by third party services
  • Increases Transparency
  • Let's take a look at each of these reasons in more depth.

What we collect

Apart from governing laws, some websites like Apple, Amazon, and Google require website and app owners to post a Privacy Policy agreement if they use any of their services. Many websites and apps use in-page/in-app advertising by third parties to generate revenue. As these ads also collect user data, third parties require the websites or apps to ask their users' permission for sharing their personal data.

Some of the most popular third party services require website and app owners to post Privacy Policy agreements on their websites. Some of these services include:

Best terms and conditions page possible :

  • Abusive users : Terms and Conditions agreements allow you to establish what constitutes appropriate activity on your site or app, empowering you to remove abusive users and content
  • Intellectual property theft : Asserting your claim to the creative assets of your site in your terms and conditions will prevent ownership disputes and copyright infringement.
  • Potential litigation : If a user lodges a legal complaint against your business, showing that they were presented with clear terms and conditions before they used .

To Set Liabilities Limits

Almost every terms and conditions agreement has a warranty or limitations of liability disclaimer. We’ll cover it in more detail in our section about what clauses to include in your terms and conditions, but this clause essentially limits what customers can hold you liable for.

Most companies restrict liability for:

  • 1. Inaccuracies and errors
  • 2. Lack of enjoyment
  • 3. Product or website downtime
  • 4. Viruses, spyware, and product damage

Questions, comments, or report of incidents

You may direct questions, comments or reports to:

Reheaders to this privacy policy without notice

This Privacy Policy is dynamic. It will continually change. You may not assume that it remains the same and you agree to check the policy each time you visit the site for changes. Unless, in the sole opinion of the website, this policy changes so drastically as to suggest a posted notification on the site or via email, you will receive no notification of changes to this Privacy Policy nor, under any circumstances, does this site promise notification. Your continued use of this site always evidences your acceptance of the terms this Privacy Policy or any modifications.

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