- Your billing policies.
- How a customer may (or may not) use your service.
- Your copyright policy and how customers can report copyright violations.
- When and how you might modify your service.
- Any warranties that you place on your service.
- What happens in the event of a dispute, including whether it will be decided in arbitration or in court, and where the case will be heard.
- The types of â€œpersonally identifiable informationâ€ that you collect from customers. This includes things like names, addresses, email addresses, or anything else that could allow you to pinpoint an individualâ€™s identity. IP addresses may also be classified as personally identifiable information.
- The types of â€œnon-personally identifiable informationâ€ that you collect. This is anything that canâ€™t be used to identify an individual. Examples include the browser theyâ€™re using, the pages they visited on your site, or the zip code in which they are located.