episode 69: what legal documents do I need on my website?

If you have a business website, chances are you’ve wondered what to do if someone copies your content or how to limit your liability to avoid a potential lawsuit. Having legal documents clearly posted on your site will help to protect your website content and help you be clear about where your liability ends and your website visitors’ responsibility begins.

This episode covers the 3 legal documents to have on your website and how they protect you.

listen to the podcast here:

in this episode you’ll learn:

  • What a Website Disclaimer is and why it’s your base layer of protection
  • How the Website Terms & Conditions lets visitors know what they can and can’t do with your content
  • Why it’s important to protect our website with crystal-clear language that sets your boundaries so there’s no ambiguity about how people can use your content
  • How a Privacy Policy protects the confidentiality of your website visitors
  • When and why you are legally required to include a Privacy Policy
  • Why I align the Website Disclaimer with the root chakra and the Website Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy with the heart chakra

This podcast is attorney advertising and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. It is educational and informational and not legal advice. Always work directly with an attorney about your specific situation. References to clients include truthful statements from real clients but their names have been changed to protect confidentiality. These client stories are not a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal situation. They are shared purely to educate and inform you about potential general legal issues that may arise in business. Guest experts have not been compensated for their interviews.