4 Tools for Protecting E-Commerce Businesses from Liability
E Commerce Business Liability: 4 Ways Companies Can Protect Themselves
E-commerce businesses are great for entrepreneurs interested in working from home. They do, however, come with their own complications, such as when you have to deal with multiple state laws when moving goods from one part of the country to another, or if you need to account for international laws when serving customers from overseas. You’ll need to be careful about how you handle the private information you collect on your website, too. While this might seem like a lot, most of it is actually covered by four simple documents that you can host on your website which we’ll detail below.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Disclaimer
Unfortunately, there are no federal guidelines for what an e-commerce business’s ADA disclaimer needs to have to protect them from liability. They’re an important part of optimizing your website’s accessibility and shielding your business from liability. While you’ll still need to take the time to make your website accessible to users with disabilities, your ADA disclaimer shows that you’re making an effort in good faith while you get those accommodations in place. For more on compliance with the ADA, .
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