A Website Terms of Use Can Limit Your Liability

A website terms of use (also called terms and conditions) is your contract with users and customers. Its main goals are to limit your legal liability and help protect your intellectual property.

Here are some of the provisions that I will include in your website terms of use:

  • Choice of law and jurisdiction
  • Arbitration provision
  • Content disclaimer
  • Advertiser’s disclaimers
  • Errors, corrections, and changes
  • Warranty disclaimer
  • Advertisement disclaimer
  • Legal compliance for members or users
  • Limitation of liability
  • Use of Intellectual property
  • Shipping and refund policy
  • Linking to your website and other websites
  • Users use of your information
  • Member and user conduct
  • Unlawful activity
  • Indemnification
  • Changes to our terms of use

The above provisions are standard in a high-quality term of use.

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James Chiodo
Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)
International Association of Privacy Professionals