The “e-mail” disclaimers are added to the end of an e-mail, normally in the signature area, so that the exclusion of liability is automatically part of each e-mail sent. Post your disclaimers in an obvious place so that readers know it completely. Your Terms and Conditions are a good place to start, but you can also create a separate disclaimer page on your website and incorporate disclaimers into your digital content. Here`s an example of why it`s helpful to include this type of disclaimer. Thus, Miss Mary contains a disclaimer on her site. Readers are advised that “any action you take on the information on this site will be at your own risk… Here are some examples of “Views Expressed” exclusions of liability.