Website privacy policies primarily regulate how a website collects personal information and how the website will use the information collected.
Website Privacy Policies are Enforced by the Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission, or FTC, is the primary agency responsible for the enforcement of website privacy commitments. Most states have additional laws that impose obligations as to how personal information shall be maintained and what your responsibilities are if any personal information is stolen or disseminated to others by accident, security breach, or by criminal hackers.
Website Privacy Policies should not Over-Promise
E-Commerce Website & Sites with Users Require Double Protection
Do you own an E-Commerce website or any form of website where one or more of your visitors become users by registering and/or logging in to your website to view material, access information or purchase a product? If so, do you collect names, addresses, e-mail addresses, credit card numbers, etc.?
If your website doesn’t have these crucial safeguards you may want to consider having your website protected by cost-effective and customized website agreements prepared by internet and tax lawyer Jonathan C. Watts.
Contact Jonathan C. Watts
This is just a basic overview and is not legal advice specific to your situation.
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