These documents form a legally binding contract between you and your website visitors and they are there to protect you and your business. For example, let’s say a visitor reads your blog and acts on the advice you give. In most cases, blogs only give generic advice and it’s common sense that you probably shouldn’t act in total reliance on it unless you are sure what you are doing. The trouble is, common sense is often missing from the law!
If you failed to explain that your blog was for general advice only and shouldn’t be relied on in specific circumstances, you could end up being sued for any losses your reader incurred.
Please give us a call on 01202 901353 and we can help you put something in place that is tailored specifically for your business.
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(Please note that this article was written pre-GDPR)