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Website content is liability resulting from the content of web sites including claims alleging intellectual property infringements or personal injury such as defamation, libel, and slander.

General Liability policies often cannot address the complexities of advertising and personal injury arising out of content on the Internet, and in many cases exclude them.

However, a comprehensive network risk program could include coverage for content-based injuries such as libel, slander, defamation, copyright, title, trademark infringement, or invasion of privacy arising from the display of material on an Insured’s web sites.

Contact a TechAssure member to learn more about the unique coverages under a comprehensive network risk program.

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