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Web Design Statement of Work Guide
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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Web Design Statement of Work Guide

If you’ve ever been catfished (aka your date is completely different from what they represented to you on Tinder or social media), then you know the importance of being honest and laying all the cards out on the table before you start any endeavor. It’s not much different with web

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Does my website need a privacy policy_ Guide for agencies & clients
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Does My Website Need a Privacy Policy? Guide for Agencies + Clients

More and more frequently, clients purchasing websites are demanding increased transparency for their users with regards to the use of cookies and Privacy Policies. On the user’s end, this results in an increased frequency of non-obtrusive pop-up windows asking for approval of Privacy Policies and cookies. Many privacy laws throughout

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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Why real estate agents need a DMCA notice

As a real estate agent, your website may allow visitors to search listings for properties through IDX. This allows users to search for listings, property details and, most importantly, allows users to view photographs of the listings. Since this information is accessible through your website, it may land you in

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Manual overrides - please save
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Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Manual overrides on policies: action required by 9/15/19

You have probably heard that there are some new privacy laws that are going into effect soon, such as the Nevada privacy law (effective date: October 1st, 2019) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (effective date: January 1st, 2020).  We will be updating your Privacy Policy shortly to make sure

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CCPA
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

How to prepare for the CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a law passed in 2017 that aims to provide Californians with greater control over their private information. The law includes the right to access what information a company has collected and the right to request that the company delete that data. The CCPA

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Resources
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Top 5 resources for building ADA compliant websites

Designing and building websites that are easy to use, easy to understand and helpful to every visitor is something that every web professional strives for. We’ve never heard of anyone selling web services by saying “this website is going to be confusing.” So, as the industry is striving towards ease

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Privacy Bill Trackers
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

US Federal Privacy Bill Tracker

Last updated: June 9, 2021 Quite a few activists, legislators, lawyers, and other professionals do not agree with the current state of privacy laws in the U.S., namely the fact that states are trying to pass their own laws. Many are arguing that a federal privacy law that encompasses all

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What laws require websites to have a Privacy Policy?
Privacy Laws
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

What laws require websites to have a Privacy Policy?

Unless you are at Target, you want to make sure that you actually need what you are buying. This concept especially applies to business expenses such as software. Is it a legal requirement to have a Privacy Policy on a website? Do you really need to have a Privacy Policy

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Maine Privacy Law Guide
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Maine Privacy Law Guide

The Maine privacy law (LD 946), an act to protect the privacy of online consumer information, requires Internet service providers to obtain consent before being allowed to use, disclose or provide access to customer information. This guide is for anyone interested in learning more about this law and their rights

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Nevada Privacy Law Revised Statutes Chapter 603A
Nevada privacy law
Donata Stroink-Skillrud

Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603A Compliance guide

When it comes to determining what laws require websites to have a Privacy Policy, most people are surprised to learn that Nevada has a privacy law that governs the collection of Personally Identifiable Information by websites. Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 603A, like many other privacy laws, has a broad reach

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