All online businesses need a terms of service agreement and privacy policy prominently displayed on their website. Most users ignore them and perhaps wonder whether they're of any use at all, but all entrepreneurs know their importance. The terms of service agreement explains the conditions on which service is being delivered. Privacy Policy: Website Privacy Policy Agreement is a legal document which states that any information which is being gathered by any website will not be disclosed to the third party without any permission or legal action. According to the Information Technology Rule, 2011 in India there is a corporate body to provide a privacy policy for handling of or dealing in personal information, making the privacy policy a must-have for websites. Disclaimer: A disclaimer is a statement/notice informing the user of any product or service of the possible consequences of the same. The law mandates the display of a disclaimer in certain cases, such as where there is an inherent risk of harm to one's health (the warnings displayed on cigarettes are a prime example), but are used commonly in all product and service literature. A disclaimer helps to clearly establish/limit one’s rights and liabilities with respect to the user of a particular product or service. It is used in situations which involve an element of risk or uncertainty.


1. A properly drafted website terms and conditions and privacy policy provide protection against potential claims that may arise from users of your website.

2. A privacy policy is a statement that discloses how a customer or client's personal information will be collected, stored, and disclosed to third parties and used on the site.

3. Custom-drafted terms and conditions are necessary to protect you and your business.