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Legal Docs For Your Blog

As a Blogger and Website owner, you must make sure that your site displays at least a “Privacy Policy” or you can be fined for not having one! We also recommend that you display at the very minimum the following three legal pages. 1) Privacy Policy. 2) Terms and Conditions. 3) A Legal Disclaimer. This is a list of all of Amira Irfan’s Legal Templates.

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Halloween 2019
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Happy Halloween 2019

The Astra Pro Theme is curently available with a 25% Halloween Discount. What did you Blog about this Halloween? Do you even celebrate it? 12-years ago, here in the U.K. we didn’t really celebrate it at all. However, it has gradually been adopted and is now a BIG part of October. Guy Fawkes also known as “Bonfire” or “Fireworks” night on November 5th remains our biggest Autumn festival.

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The Legal Bundle For Your Website

Every blog (website) should have at least 3 legal pages. These are Privacy Policy (legally required), Terms and Conditions, and a Disclaimer. In this “Design Review” we recommend the “Legal Bundle For Your Website”. This product is trusted by thousands of Bloggers and entrepreneurs. It includes all three of Amira Irfan’s best selling legal templates.

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Copyright Law and Infringements

Image Copyright & Licensing

Avoid Prosecution From Using Unlicensed Images. – Not all images require a license fee to be paid before using them on your Blog. Images in the public domain are not copyright-protected and can be used by anyone for any purpose. However, most images (such as drawings or photographs) are typically protected by copyright. If you want to use an image that you did not create then you MUST obtain permission from the copyright holder and agree on the terms of use.

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What is WordPress?

WordPress is an open-source, free to use, software that is categorized as a CMS (Content Management System). When WordPress was founded back in 2003, it was primarily a tool to create a Blog (or to give it its full title a “Web-Log”). However, thanks to the massive ecosystem of Themes and Plugins that have grown around the WordPress core files, you can now create any type of website with WordPress.

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