Having a social media policy is now essential if you want to protect your business from being sued for unfair dismissal.
I’ve discovered that I like being interviewed. Its always easier for me to answer questions than to think up what to talk about. In the last couple of months I’ve been interviewed by: Luke Telford for Nett.com.au, the online complement to Nett Magazine, a monthly print title devoted to helping entrepreneurs learn how to further […]
So you use an anonymous handle or fake name and post comments all over the Internet safe in the expectation that no one will find out that it was you. Beware! Your comments might come back to haunt you, just like they are haunting Darryl Moore, political candidate for Perth in Western Australia for the […]
Plagiarism v copyright, are they the same thing? No! Plagiarism is a concern for academics. If you have ever had to prepare a paper based on research at any education level you will know about plagiarism. Plagiarism is taking someone else’s idea and passing it off as your own. Whether or not that amounts to […]
The astonishing growth of social media has prompted many businesses to claim a place in its platforms. With almost 79% of major businesses owning profiles in Facebook alone, companies are increasingly committed to having a social media aspect in their business models. In fact it is predicted that by 2014, 53% of all retail sales […]
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – If you have a website disclaimer, make sure it is actually enforceable. If it is not reasonable, it might be declared void at law and your website is then unprotected!
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Health service provides are prohibited from using testimonials about their businesses or health services, so what other options are there?
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – If you write web copy for others, I hope you have good disclaimers in your contract for hire. If you are using a website copywriter, I hope you’re not making promises you can’t keep!
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Just because you can find it for free on the internet, does NOT mean that it is “public domain”. “Public domain” is a legal description about the rights attached to a creative piece – eg art, writing or design.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Protecting your IP depends on how much money you have to budget for protection, what intellectual property you want to protect, and what might happen if you don’t protect your intellectual property.