1. If you collect personal data, you should explain what you intend to do with that data.
3. If you use third party merchant services, you will need to check those merchants’ requirements and terms to make sure you are in compliance.
4. You should explain how the data is stored and protected and for how long the information will be held.
5. Who within your company has access to the data?
6. Does your website link to any third party websites that have their own privacy policies that may need to be incorporated into your own policy?
B. Terms and Conditions.
Terms and Conditions are not legally necessary unless you are collecting personal data. These terms can both limit your liability, should you be confronted with a lawsuit against your business, and protect your rights to the content on your site.
Here are some things to consider and include in your Terms and Conditions.
1. Always include a copyright notice and any trademarks.
2. Limit your liability by having a disclaimer if you have errors in your content.
3. Provide that the laws of the state in which your website operates governs any controversies.