Does your Terms of Use provide you with the ability to protect your revenue stream?

Does your Terms of Use provide you with the ability to protect your revenue stream?

Terms of Use (commonly referred to as “TOU”) may be used to ban add-ons that would potentially reduce advertising revenues – as illustrated by Facebook in regards to F.B. Purity add on.

A proper Terms of Use provides the website or application owner with the ability to control the activities of its users as well as limit what they can and cannot do. As illustrated by Facebook, Terms of Use can control their uses in order to protect itself and its revenue stream.

Check out this article to learn more –> Facebook bans creator of FB Purity,a browser add on that lets users customize the site

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your website’s “Terms and Conditions of Use” or “Privacy Policy”, contact The Law Office of Jason H. Rosenblum today.

Law Office of Jason H. Rosenblum
55 Washington Street, Suite 253C
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Phone: (718) 246-8482
Website: www.jhrlegal.com

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