AccuNet Web Services recommends that you seek legal council regarding Internet laws that are applicable to your organization and industry. That said, there are a few documents that we feel are prudent to create and publish on your website. Below are examples taken from our own website. We are not implying that you should copy these documents. We do not have the legal expertise for such suggestion. They are being shared as examples only.
Once you create your documents AccuNet will help you create a page and link them as desired.
AccuNet will create a page and link on your website where ever you request to post this policy at launch, or later. All we need is for you to send us the content and location information.
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Only websites catering to an EU audience need to consider adding a cookie pop up notice. This notice is not required in the United States.