For example, changes in your physical address, management, corporate policies, phone number, products, and services should be disclosed to your online visitors as soon as those changes are made. Not doing so could disrupt your business, harm your reputation, or even cause you legal problems.
As you can image, the ruling in the True.com case was a bit of a shocker. Online businesses rushed to update their website legal documents to reflect this new paradigm. Did you?
Special thanks to Richard A. Chapo and SocialInternetLawyer.com for its article found here.