Website Disclaimer

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Website Privacy Policy is the most important policy which will govern the entire use of any Website by the user, it is also considered to be a declaration or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways a party (the website) gathers, uses, discloses and manages a customer or client’s data. In India, the Information Technology Rules require a body corporate to provide a privacy policy for handling of or dealing in personal information, making the privacy policy a must-have for all websites.

Website Privacy Policy can be used by any website or blog or e-commerce store that collects limited customer or user information. Website Privacy Policy can be displayed on the website in a prominent place at the footer of the website along with the date the privacy policy was last updated. It indicates to all users the confidence they can have that any information they have provided to the owners of the website will not under any circumstances be disclosed to others, as provided for in the particulars described in the privacy policy.

In India under the Information Technology Rules, Password, Financial information such as Bank account or credit card or debit card, Physical, Biometric Information etc. are some of the data’s which is considered as sensitive personal data to which the rules of Information Technology Act is applicable.



Website disclaimer is a legal notice covering some of the key legal issues that arise out of the operation of a website. The disclaimer incorporates a license setting out the basis upon which a website may be used and a set of limitations of liability.
Your Disclaimers can be legally binding as long as they are not unfair and users can review them. One is to make your Disclaimers part of the T&C. Since users must accept those terms when they sign up for your service or make a purchase that makes the Disclaimers a part of an already enforceable contract.
  • Disclaim liability for the accuracy of your information. This is one of the main purposes of posting a disclaimerto your website.
  • Disclaim physical liability as well.
  • Claim ownership over your content.
  • Disclaim third party responsibility.
In the most basic terms: a disclaimer is a statement that you are not responsible for something. In business, it's basically a statement to protect you from claims of liability. A disclaimer protects you from claims against your business from information used (or misused) on your website.


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