How Privacy Policies Impact Your E-Commerce Business

by | Jun 8, 2020

Episode Summary: In this episode, Alex interviews Abe Lichy of The Lichy Law Firm. Abe shares how privacy policies may impact your e-commerce business. 

Resources/Links:

Title of valuable free resource: Take a look at lichylaw.com for more related content. You can also check out Abe’s podcast, The Art of Starting Up.

 

Episode Highlights: 

The Lichy Law Firm’s ideal client: Early stage start-ups in tech, fashion, e-commerce, Amazon sellers, social media, or consulting.

Problem The Lichy Law Firm helps solve: E-commerce clients tend to overlook privacy issues.  They also have a lot of confusion about terms of use/service.

Typical symptoms that clients have before reaching out to The Lichy Law Firm: A company might not be acting in alignment with their privacy policy terms and somebody could have a claim against you.

Common mistakes that folks make before finding The Lichy Law Firm and his solution: Not knowing what should be in a privacy policy and not thinking through how to use, collect, and preserve the data.

The Lichy Law Firm’s Valuable Free Action: Search and learn about privacy policy considerations.

The Lichy Law Firm’s Valuable Free Resource: Look at lichylaw.com for more content. You can also check out Abe’s podcast, The Art of Starting Up.

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Disclaimer: Our attorney wanted you to know that no financial, tax, legal advice or opinion is given through this post. All information provided is general in nature and may not apply to your specific situation and is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Information is provided “as is” and without warranty.


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