Importance of Terms and Agreements
This is a clause that many terms and agreements on websites use to protect their content like logos, visual media and other contents like articles or posts that many be published on the website.
Depending on the country the website was created from, it will have to comply with that country or location web site laws, depending on the scope and use the website can have.
This users’ agreement is created to make users be aware of all different links that they can be exposed to on the website, and that the owner is not held responsible for any problem that the user may have with any external sources, especially if they are not published by the owner. That often happens with websites that work with third party sellers or content creators.
This part of terms and agreement clause tells the user that any content that is created may or not may be total responsibility of the user himself or the other way around, making the owner of the website, the whole creator of all content and owner of everything that is posted on his website.
Also, this clause can be used to make users ask for licenses to use his own creating on other websites or make owners ask users to make use of their created content for purposes that may comply with infringements if not asked.
The part of the website terms and conditions page that tells the users what they should and what they shouldn’t do with any content that is already created and published on your website. Also, this part can be one of the most important to many websites, as this is the part where the owner tells the users that interact with the website, how they can or cannot use it.