Found an e-commerce site that also has a blog, but there are no legal disclosures anywhere to be found. Is this illegal? It is a legitimate company, just for some reason this info isn't available.
If there are no disclosures can the admin enforce any rules as he/she pleases?
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I agree with my colleague.
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As long as the business is not violating disclosure laws/rules/regulations that its industry regulators are regulating and nothing to disclose about, the ownerdoes not have to post legal disclosures. The legal disclosures are there to protect the website and to set rules and regulations for people viewing the website.
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