Rules and regulations surrounding internet use are anything but consistent. Take website policies for example. Does your organization have the exact same polices in place now you crafted three years ago? If so, you’re going to want to update those because they are so very out of date.
Privacy regulations alone are continuously fluctuating. Case in point, the Republican controlled congress is set to repeal a slew of online privacy protections.
The 3/28/2017 edition of the Washington Post published an article by Brian Fung that reports on legislation that will make it easier for internet service providers to harvest, sell, and share your information.
There’s no shame in feeling like the last thing you want to deal with is creating a slew of new legal documents. Fortunately, figuring out what you need and getting it done is probably easier than you think.
To that end, I published an article today at ArtsHacker.com that examines which website policies arts organizations need, why they matter, and online resources to use for creating them if you don’t have readily available legal help.