Saturday, 27 October 2012

Is this a good idea? I think so

Most of terms and conditions, privacy policies in the internet has similar things to say.
Therefore, people could agree on a general internet T&C and Privacy Policy.
A foundation could be set up, like the creative commons, to host this T&C and Privacy Policy.
Everyone could refer to this site or authorize these documents to be binding between them.

Advantage:
- This could give access to small site owners and users to have their own reliable guideline they could set in.
- It standarize most of the t&c and privacy policies, people won't have to re-read these things all over again just to find one or two unique differences.

Disadvantage:
- Specific or special conditions are not included so each sites should make their own if they need to.
(however these unique conditions would likely to sticks out more.)

Friday, 13 July 2012

Just Browsing v.02

Sites should consider making privacy policies and terms conditions for "just browsing" people.

For you who just browsing the site:
Terms & Privacy

For you who intend to do more than just browsing:
(Including print screening, copy and pasting, refer/link, cite, embedd, etc)
Terms & Privacy.

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Thursday, 12 April 2012

Another nice terms and conditions

Davemanuel.com is a blog of davemanuel containing his opinion on things, mostly thing's concerned by Americans. I'm not American, but I found his site's rules likeable.

http://www.davemanuel.com/privacy.php
http://www.davemanuel.com/disclaimer.php

Friday, 2 March 2012

Posteriza

Posteriza is a wall poster maker software, that allows us to make posters by printing multiple ordinary papers and join them together.

What interesting about this software is that it has original terms and conditions and its quite easy to read. Although they are not very short.

http://www.posteriza.com/es/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1&lang=en_US