So how do you fix this? Good question.
Generally, for a website legal agreement to be enforceable to a website's users, the following criteria should be adhered to:
- The website user must have adequate notice that the proposed website legal agreement exists.
- The website user must have a meaningful opportunity to review the website legal agreement.
- The website user must have adequate notice that taking some specified, optional action means that he/she has accepted the terms of the website legal agreement.
- The website user must actually take that action.
All of this can be accomplished in many ways. But for whatever reason, most sites are missing the mark. PactSafe intends to change that be creating the webs first application designed solely for implementing managing and tracking enforceable website legal agreements.
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