If you require personal information from your users (such as e-mail addresses, home addresses, or credit-card information),
For legal reasons, it’s important to provide a clear explanation of your policies. But you may find that being up-front with your users about your intentions may enhance your relationship with them.
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Richard D. Harroch
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