Protect Your Website - Terms and Conditions & Privacy Policy

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Published 1/2016 English

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★ JOIN 2,200+ STUDENTS WHO HAVE PROTECTED THEIR WEBSITE WITHOUT COSTLY LAWYER FEES!

Do you currently run a website or looking to start a website? 

Do you want to protect your website? 

Do you want to write a Terms and Condition or Privacy Policy for your website without costly lawyer fees?

Over 90% of websites and blogs are in violation of a state, federal, or global privacy laws because of inadequate Terms and Condition or Privacy Policy on their website.

Terms and Conditions is a set of rules between you, the website owner, and the visitors of your website.

Having a Terms and Conditions protects your website by preventing abuses, it sets a notice to your readers that you own the content on your website, it allows you to terminate user accounts, sets governing laws, and most importantly, limits your liability.

Having a Terms and Conditions makes sure you’ll have some kind of disclaimer aimed at limiting your liability in case there are errors in your online content.

According to most countries’ privacy laws, including United State’s, you are required to have a written Privacy Policy on your website

Privacy Policy discloses some or all of the ways the website owner gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a user’s data. A privacy policy fulfills the legal requirement to protect a website visitor’s privacy.

Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy are a must for every website or online business.


★ Student review by Dana Peterson, "Thank you for putting this course together and for providing the sample documents to use. I put it to use right away on my own blog. The course was easy to follow and understand."

★ Student review by Sharona Moss, “Sam did a great job providing me all of the specifics of what to do to protect my website. I love how he included so many samples of different things like terms and conditions and private policies. He is clear and concise and I like how he explains it in a way for people without a law background to understand the information. Thank you!"


► WHO AM I?

My name is Sam and I’m a business lawyer in Los Angeles who represents entrepreneurs, creative artists, and business owners with their new and existing businesses.

As a business owner and entrepreneur for over a decade, I have found the legal aspect of business to be daunting and confusing. 

After consulting and teaching business law for many years, I decided to combine my passion in video production and teaching to create online courses to make the legal aspects of business as easy and approachable as possible.

I have a strong passion in sharing my secrets and I hope to inspire you to succeed in your business. I know your time is valuable so I don’t fill up my courses with useless jargon — you only get the necessary information you need to succeed.

Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending my courses.


► WHY DO I NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?

You are in process of building a beautiful website for your business, when the developer asks for your Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. 

You’ve spent weeks perfecting the landing page, writing your bio, and other online content.

But what about that legal fine print you see linked to the bottom of every website? You doubt anyone will ever read it but you know it’s necessary. 

So do you really need to create a Terms and Conditions page for your website?

Privacy especially will be increasingly important over the next several years and entrepreneurs will increasingly find themselves liable for all kinds of things if it is not drafted correctly.

You can also save money on not having to hire a business lawyer. By taking this course, you don’t need to consult a business lawyer when you’re running a website. Knowing how to protect your website will save you a lot of time and money.


► COURSE TOPICS

  • What is a Terms and Condition Agreement?
  • What Does a Terms and Conditions Do?
  • Who Needs a Terms and Conditions?
  • 5 Reasons Why You Need a Terms and Condition?
  • How to Create Your Terms and Condition?
  • Usable Sample Terms and Condition You Can Use for Your Website
  • What is a Privacy Policy?
  • Who Needs a Privacy Policy?
  • 3 Reasons Why You Need a Privacy Policy?
  • How to Create Your Privacy Policy?
  • Usable Sample Privacy Policy You Can Use for Your Website
  • And much more...


COURSE BONUSES

  • Usable Sample Terms and Conditions You Can Use for Your Website
  • Usable Sample Privacy Policy You Can Use for Your Website
  • Resources & other Tools to Help You Protect Your Website


What makes this course unique is that it’s a comprehensive course on everything you need to know about protecting your website as an entrepreneur and website owner or blogger.


Don’t worry, it’s clear and simple.


► WHAT YOU GET

  • Over 12 video lectures clearly explaining how to protect your website and step-by-step instructions on how you can create your own Terms and Condition and Privacy Policy without a lawyer!
  • Lifetime access, ask questions, and see the newest information available about protecting your website!
  • Avoid paying a business lawyer upwards of $350 an hour for general legal advice
  • Quick actionable resources and links to help you protect your website
  • Ask me, a business lawyer, questions directly. I’ll be updating the content of this course based on your questions. By enrolling in this course, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and get personal feedback.
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Discounts on future courses
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with my course for any reason whatsoever, I will offer you a full refund. No questions asked.


Thank you for making this the best selling website protection course on Udemy! I show my gratitude by consistently making new lectures and answering your legal questions in the course discussion!


► What are you waiting for? 

Every day you wait is costing you money!

Don’t forget that this course is covered by Udemy’s 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - so you don’t have anything to lose.

★ Enroll right now!

What are the requirements?

  • Students don’t need anything — just an interest in protecting your website and avoiding legal trouble

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Protect your website
  • Learn what a Terms and Condition agreement does
  • Create a Terms and Condition for your website
  • Learn what a Privacy Policy Does
  • Create a Privacy Policy for your website
  • Limit liability from your users in case your website has an errors or omissions
  • Become a more knowledgeable and more well-equipped entrepreneur
  • Save $500 dollars for hiring a business lawyer for general information you can get here
  • Save time and money by protecting your website without an internet lawyer

What is the target audience?

  • Website Owners
  • Bloggers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Online Business Owners
  • Small Business Owners
  • Startups
  • Those who are looking to save time and money. Your time is valuable. That’s why I didn’t fill up my course with useless jargon. You only get the necessary information you need to protect your website

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Course Introduction
02:53

Simply put, the Terms and Conditions page sets the rules for using your website. While most websites seem to have one, there’s actually no legal requirement for defining terms and conditions. However, if you are gathering user’s personal data, you are required to have a stated Privacy Policy.

In this course, you will learn what a Terms and Conditions Agreement is, what a terms and condition agreement does, who needs a terms and condition, 5 reasons why you need a terms and condition, and of course guide you and even provide a sample terms and condition agreement you can use for your website.

I'll also cover a second page you will need for your website, called the Privacy Policy. I’ll cover what a Privacy Policy is, when you need a privacy policy, 3 important reasons why you need a privacy policy, and I’ll even provide a sample privacy policy you can use for your website.

01:27

Learn how to make the most out of this course!

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Section 2: Terms and Conditions
04:05

Simply put, a Terms and Conditions agreement is the rules that one must agree to in order to use websites, mobile applications, and other online platforms.

Consider your Terms and Conditions agreement a legally-binding contract between you and your users (those can be visitors to your website or registered accounts users) and include all the disclosures you need to keep your website or mobile app away from abuses or misuse (including spam or other fraudulent activities.) These agreements include guidelines for acceptable behavior, rules against users abusing your website or mobile app and many more useful sections.

There are several names for this kind of agreement and all names refer to the same agreement: Terms and Conditions, Terms of Use, and Terms of Service.

04:24

Because of the importance of a Terms and Condition, here are 5 reasons why you should have a Terms and Conditions for your website if you own a website or if you’re a blogger...

Reason #1: This is the agreement that sets the rules and guidelines that users must agree to and follow in order to use and access your website or mobile app. In this agreement, you can include the necessary sections to inform users of the guidelines of using your website or mobile app, what happens if users are abusing your website or mobile app, and so on.

Reason #2: read more inside...

03:33

When it comes to creating your Terms and Conditions, there are 3 common ways to go:

  1. Copy it from another site
  2. Use a Terms and Conditions generator
  3. Have a lawyer draft it for you, especially if:
    1. e-commerce website
    2. Your website gathers personal data
    3. Talking to an audience under 13
11 pages

A sample but usable website Terms and Condition (also known as Terms of Use, and Terms of Service) you can use to protect your website.

Website Terms and Conditions specify the rules governing use of a website. Website Terms and Conditions may perform a number of different roles. They may be used to satisfy legal disclosure obligations, to grant users rights to use website materials, to impose acceptable use obligations, to limit (or attempt to limit) warranties and disclaim (or attempt to disclaim) liabilities, and more generally to structure the legal relationships between the website operator and users.

See attached Resources for both the Word Document version, as well as a PDF version.

Section 3: Privacy Policy
03:06

As website users become increasingly aware of the importance of protecting their personal information online, the need for websites to include comprehensive privacy policies is more important than ever.

Even if you have a simple blog, and only collect subscriber email addresses for a monthly newsletter, it’s important to let users know what information you gather, how that information will be used, and who will have access to it, in a privacy policy.

A privacy policy is a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways the website owner gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a user’s data.

02:30

So why would you need a Privacy Policy?

First and foremost, for most countries, including United States, it’s required by law!

Second, one of the biggest concerns among visitors to Web sites is how their personal information is going to be used. In today's world of trying to be anonymous and expecting privacy from outsiders, the privacy policy is that much more important to many website users and online customers.

And third, because having a Privacy Policy acts as another effective way of being transparent and building trust with your customers and clients.

03:25

So, how do you create a privacy policy that properly reflects your business or blog?

Although a privacy policy is a legal disclosure document, with the purpose of informing and protecting consumers, it’s just as important to ensure your policy is well crafted to be readable and understandable, as well as accurate.

Readers and customers won’t find a policy helpful if they can’t decipher the meaning behind the legal jargon.

So there’s 3 ways you can create your privacy policy...

5 pages

A sample but usable website Privacy Policy you can use to protect your website.

A Privacy Policy is a document telling visitors to your site what information you collect and what you do with that information. Very simply: it is a short explanation of what you are doing to observe visitors to your website.

See attached Resources for both the Word Document version, as well as a PDF version.

Section 4: Course Wrap-up
02:11

Over 90% of websites and blogs are in violation of a state, federal, or global privacy laws because of an inadequate privacy policy. And about 90% of website privacy policies belonging to law firms are not compliant with the law.

Every website’s needs are unique and documents, including terms and conditions, privacy policies, and other contracts, must be tailored to your websites’ industry and structure to be most effective in protecting your company from liability.

Especially Privacy will be increasingly important over the next several years and entrepreneurs will increasingly find themselves liable for all kinds of things if it is not drafted correctly or have users acknowledge that they have read it.

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01:01

Legal Disclaimer. Please review before continuing.

22 pages

Do you currently run a website or looking to start a website? Do you want to protect your website? Do you want to write a Terms and Condition or Privacy Policy for your website without costly lawyer fees?

Over 90% of websites and blogs are in violation of a state, federal, or global privacy laws because of inadequate Terms and Condition or Privacy Policy on their website.

Terms and Conditions is a set of rules between you, the website owner, and the visitors of your website.

Having a Terms and Conditions protects your website by preventing abuses, it sets a notice to your readers that you own the content on your website, it allows you to terminate user accounts, sets governing laws, and most importantly, limits your liability.

Having a Terms and Conditions makes sure you’ll have some kind of disclaimer aimed at limiting your liability in case there are errors in your online content.

According to most countries’ privacy laws, including United State’s, you are required to have a written Privacy Policy on your website. Privacy Policy discloses some or all of the ways the website owner gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a user’s data. A privacy policy fulfills the legal requirement to protect a website visitor’s privacy.

Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy are a must for every website or online business.


► WHO AM I?

My name is Sam and I’m a business lawyer in Los Angeles who represents entrepreneurs, creative artists, and business owners with their new and existing businesses.

As a business owner and entrepreneur for over a decade, I have found the legal aspect of business to be daunting and confusing. After consulting and teaching business law for many years, I decided to combine my passion in video production and teaching to create online courses to make the legal aspects of business as easy and approachable as possible.

I have a strong passion in sharing my secrets and I hope to inspire you to succeed in your business. I know your time is valuable so I don’t fill up my courses with useless jargon — you only get the necessary information you need to succeed.

Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending my courses.


► WHY DO I NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?

You are in process of building a beautiful website for your business, when the developer asks for your Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. You’ve spent weeks perfecting the landing page, writing your bio, and other online content.

But what about that legal fine print you see linked to the bottom of every website? You doubt anyone will ever read it but you know it’s necessary. So do you really need to create a Terms and Conditions page for your website?

Privacy especially will be increasingly important over the next several years and entrepreneurs will increasingly find themselves liable for all kinds of things if it is not drafted correctly.

You can also save money on not having to hire a business lawyer. By taking this course, you don’t need to consult a business lawyer when you’re running a website. Knowing how to protect your website will save you a lot of time and money.


► COURSE TOPICS

  • What is a Terms and Condition Agreement?
  • What Does a Terms and Conditions Do?
  • Who Needs a Terms and Conditions?
  • 5 Reasons Why You Need a Terms and Condition?
  • How to Create Your Terms and Condition?
  • Usable Sample Terms and Condition You Can Use for Your Website
  • What is a Privacy Policy?
  • Who Needs a Privacy Policy?
  • 3 Reasons Why You Need a Privacy Policy?
  • How to Create Your Privacy Policy?
  • Usable Sample Privacy Policy You Can Use for Your Website
  • And much more...


COURSE BONUSES

  • Usable Sample Terms and Conditions You Can Use for Your Website
  • Usable Sample Privacy Policy You Can Use for Your Website
  • Resources & other Tools to Help You Protect Your Website

What makes this course unique is that it’s a comprehensive course on everything you need to know about protecting your website as an entrepreneur and website owner or blogger.


Don’t worry, it’s clear and simple.


► WHAT YOU GET

  • Over 12 video lectures clearly explaining how to protect your website and step-by-step instructions on how you can create your own Terms and Condition and Privacy Policy without a lawyer!
  • Lifetime access, ask questions, and see the newest information available about protecting your website!
  • Avoid paying a business lawyer upwards of $350 an hour for general legal advice
  • Quick actionable resources and links to help you protect your website
  • Ask me, a business lawyer, questions directly. I’ll be updating the content of this course based on your questions. By enrolling in this course, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and get personal feedback.
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Discounts on future courses
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with my course for any reason whatsoever, I will offer you a full refund. No questions asked.


Thank you for making this the best selling website protection course on Udemy! I show my gratitude by consistently making new lectures and answering your legal questions in the course discussion!


What are you waiting for? Every day you wait is costing you money!

Don’t forget that this course is covered by Udemy’s 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - so you don’t have anything to lose.

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Sam Mollaei, Esq., Passionate Business Lawyer for Entrepreneurs

I’m a business lawyer in Los Angeles who represents entrepreneurs, creative artists, and business owners with businesses.

Why do I teach? As a business owner and entrepreneur for over a decade, I have found the legal aspect of business to be daunting and confusing.

After consulting and teaching business law for many years, I decided to combine my passion in video production and teaching to create online courses to make the legal aspects of business as easy and approachable as possible.

I have a strong passion in sharing my secrets and I hope to inspire you to succeed in your business.

I know your time is valuable so I don’t fill up my courses with useless jargon — you only get the necessary information you need to succeed.

Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending my courses.

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