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Shopify, a company that provides eCommerce APIs and services, has launched a new API that is intended to allow developers to adjust legal settings on the platform programmatically. The new Legal Policy API will simplify the adjustment of return policies, privacy policies, etc.
One of the questions we are often asked at 3scale (a ProgrammableWeb sponsor) is around legal terms and conditions (T&Cs) – once we have all the technical stuff, what should we put in the API terms and conditions? Should they be different from our web site terms and conditions? What will the impact of certain clauses be? Since we’re not a law firm, we generally can’t answer this question in detail but there are a few recurring themes we often see in T&Cs that seem worth sharing. The content of this post should not be taken as legal advice in any way, but hopefully it provides some useful things to consider.