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Acceptable use policy

An acceptable use policy is a set of rules that define what may or may not be done with the assets and data within your website, network, or service. It's meant to protect you and your company against abuse and overuse of the resources.

Cookie policy

A cookie policy outlines the types of cookies and other tracking technologies used on your website, what they do, and how they are used. You are required by the EU law to have a cookie policy and notify visitors that your site uses them.

Cookie consent banner

Generate and display a cookie permissions pop-up on your site using our lightweight and customizable free cookie consent banner plugin. Handle the GDPR legislation and EU cookies directive without spending money on a developer.

Cookie consent banner

A disclaimer is described as a common method used by website owners in order to limit their liability on their website. The purpose of a disclaimer is to make sure the information on your website will not be improperly relied upon.

DMCA policy

A DMCA policy protects your business from copyright infringements and potentially expensive lawsuits. It addresses the rights and obligations of copyrighted material owners who believe their rights have been infringed. If you have images in your website, you need a DMCA policy.

Privacy policy

A privacy policy is a document that discloses some or all of the ways your website or product gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a customer or client's data. It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a customer or client's privacy.

Refund policy

A good refund policy can help protect your company and win your customers' trust. Refund policy outlines the requirements and steps your customers need to take in order to return or exchange purchased product and receive a refund.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions (also known as terms of use and terms of service) are a set of guidelines and rules which one must agree to abide by in order to use your website or product. Terms and conditions are legally binding for both parties.