The agreement is useful to The Guardian to set the rules and guidelines for visitors, users and customers:
Inform users that they must agree to a set of rules when they register on your website or mobile app.
Disable or terminate accounts:
Inform users that their accounts can be disabled or terminated if abuses happen on your website or mobile app, e.g. spamming, swearing etc.
Owner of content:
Notify users that you, the company, is the owner of the content appearing on your website or mobile app – except in cases where other users can post content (upload, share, create etc.) where the users are the owners of such content.
Changes to the agreement:
Users should be informed about upcoming changes to the agreement before the changes are applied.
Because this agreement simply acts as a contract between you, the company, and the users using or accessing your website or mobile app, the agreement can be named as you’d like:
- Terms of Service (ToS)
- Terms and Conditions (T&C)
- User Agreement
- Conditions of Use
- And so on
Agreements like this are usually composed with the following clauses added:
- User Content, if the website or mobile app allows for users to create or share content
- Copyright infringement or DMCA (DMCA is for US only)
- Limitation of Liability
- Choice of law or Governing law
These are only a few examples of what kind of clauses and disclosures you can add in this kind of agreement.
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