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Susie Wen

Hi, all, the following sentence is a disclaimer of a website, but I'm confused that whether the "w" in "this Website" should be capitalized so as to distinguish it from other websites, can anyone tell me?

XXX (hereinafter referred to as “this Website”) aims to ...
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  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    You shouldn't really capitalize "Website" like that: it's not a proper noun.

    But I have seen it done in 'terms and conditions of use' and the like.

    Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    It is unusual since they specifically include "this" in the term. Had they used '"the Website"' instead, it would be more understandable since "the website" is more easily confused. However, capitalising important, defined terms in contracts is common.
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