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June 25, 2008

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Copying the terms of service agreement from another website is typically a bad idea. The same goes for copying privacy agreements or terms of use. Your business model requires a very specific type of website agreement that matches your information and service offering, controls your overall risk and sets forth the primary terms between you and your website visitors. you will be happy to spend a little bit of money on your website agreements day in order to avoid a big headache tomorrow. Don't copy a website agreement or you could be liable for copyright infringement.

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