3 Surprising Things You Should Never Put On Your Website

website protection legalAre you selling products or services online? For website protection, there are some things you shouldn’t put on your site.

Why?

Because the wrong content can lead to personal danger, lawsuits or even criminal charges.

Here are 3 of the most common content mistakes website owners make.

1. Home Address

Don’t post where you live on your site…unless you want identity theft and stalkers showing up at your front door.

2. Bad Customer Testimonials

Avoid testimonials that are fake, have gone stale, or contain false claims. Even if you make an extra sale or two, these testimonials invite lawsuits.

3. Stolen Website Legal Documents

You can’t “borrow” another site’s privacy policy, terms of use, etc. without the copyright owner’s permission. And if you do get permission, there’s a good chance the docs won’t provide the website legal shield you need.

Do You Want Website Protection?

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Author Mike Young, Esq.

Internet Lawyer Mike Young provides contracts and other efficient legal solutions to business owners and C-level executives of privately held companies. To get legal advice from Mike, click here to set up your phone consultation with him.

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