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Will a Privacy Policy Satisfy the CCPA/CPRA's Notice at Collection Requirement?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA/CPRA) requires affected businesses to take several actions, including publishing particular information in particular forms. This includes a narrow list of information when collecting personal data...

Termination of Service Clause in Terms and Conditions

Whenever you provide a service to customers, you may create a legal obligation to continue providing that service either for a set period or indefinitely. A termination of service clause...

Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability Clauses

A disclaimer of warranties is about what the business does and does not promise, while the limitation of liability is about the business's responsibilities. "Disclaimer of warranties" and "limitation of liability"...

Subscriptions, Auto-Renewals and Payments Clauses in a Terms and Conditions Agreement

Subscriptions, auto-renewals and payments clauses in a Terms and Conditions agreement all work to outline how these features work, and how you expect payment for them. Let's break down what you...

The GDPR's Lawful Basis

If you process data in the European Union or about EU residents, you will normally have to follow the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The most fundamental point of the...