A website must include terms which set out the conditions on which a user can use the website. As most websites collect and process personal data, they are likely to be classed as data controllers. As a data controller you have obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
If the website provides social interaction or sharing of content, it should also set out the expected standards for acceptable use of its website by the end user. This can be done in addition to the terms and conditions of use or in a separate policy linked from the terms and conditions. This policy must set out the requirements for any content that is shared by the end user either on or through the website. It should show the requirements for conduct on the website and the website operators right to remove content and/or access to the website. If the website includes a bulletin board (message board/forum) the operator should also consider including the rules which control its use.
If the website supplies goods, the terms and conditions should set out the terms and conditions that apply to the user when ordering goods using the website. This may include what actions constitute an offer and acceptance.
The terms and conditions should also clearly show the ownership and/or license of any intellectual property used on the website. A website will often include a intellectual property notice to inform its users that the work is protected by copyright.
A websites terms and conditions should include certain information required by law about its operator and means to contact them. It may also include limitations on its liability, events beyond its control, rights of any third parties, and the way it aims to solve any disputes that may arise.
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