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data prot privicy statements and TnC (7 posts)

  1. matrixmonkey
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    1st of all i would like to say sorry about my typing tonight
    i have got a damaged (damaged is the polite way of the doc saying god knows whats matter) foot and i am on some very powerful painkillers.

    ive had a good ole google for data prot / privicy statements
    in the UK for ideas on what to put on mine..

    any body got any recomendations?

    The Data Protection / privicy side is straight forward
    this is what i need off you this is what I will and won't do with it

    T&C is a whole diffrent matter

    Richard

  2. amanzi
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    You're in luck! The good people at Automattic have made their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy available under a creative commons license. So check out the following two links and modify the content to match your site.

    http://wordpress.com/tos/
    http://automattic.com/privacy/

  3. matrixmonkey
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    Thanks again
    ( you are a helpful person :D)

  4. drmike
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    You may also want to readover your own host's TOS and AUP as well just to make sure that you aren't missing anything from that doc. :)

    I've been dropping hints that the WP.com TOS needs to specifically state that user-inputted adverts are not allowed. Adding that depends on your own interst for that for your clients.

  5. matrixmonkey
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    im playing with Adsense-Deluxe kinda plugin to try and get it to work
    in mu-plugins
    but the other way round
    show 60% of my google adverts and rest the client
    but as i have said in other posts
    my php is rubbish

  6. matrixmonkey
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    im playing with Adsense-Deluxe kinda plugin to try and get it to work
    in mu-plugins
    but the other way round
    show 60% of my google adverts and rest the client
    but as i have said in other posts
    my php is rubbish

    and putting it in the t&c they can onl use that plugin

  7. drmike
    Member
    Posted 17 years ago #

    No, I meant that if you didn't allow Adsense or certain types on content, be sure to put that in the TOS as well.

    Or, in your case, put in a clause that says that they have to carry that advert to keep their blog.

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