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A Terms & Conditions Change Notice is a document that is used for a website to send to its users when it has made (or is about to make) updates or changes to its Terms & Conditions.
Due to the fact that the original Terms & Conditions document is a large document, containing all of the required information about the website owners' identity and all the specific expectations between the website and users, the Term & Conditions Change Notice is simple. Its sole purpose is to inform users about the things that have changed within the legal agreement.
How to use this document
This is a relatively simple document that just contains the required information to be given to users, in a well-drafted format. Here, details of the name and URL of the website will be entered. Then, the document asks about information about the new Terms & Conditions, such as when it will go live and where it will be posted.
Finally, for the bulk of the document, details on the specific changes will be entered. In this document, users would ideally be given not only clear information about the changes, but also the reasons why changes have been made to the Terms & Conditions, in as much as detail as possible.
After this document is filled out, it is a good idea to have it be emailed to users as well as published somewhere prominently on the website. Users need every opportunity to be informed of how their agreement with the website has changed, so the more conspicuous the Terms & Conditions Change Notice can be, the better.
Although there is not one set of laws or regulations outlining what must be contained in a Terms & Conditions Change Notice, website disclosures are broadly governed under U.S. Common Law and the consumer advertising laws of the Federal Trade Commission, as well as the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, for those companies which may process the data of EU citizens and who may include that information in their Terms.
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