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 […]
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 – 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 – It is a little embrassing that Australia doesn’t even rate an appearance on the “World” map showing the global reach of the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime, but it doesn’t.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Trade in websites is hotting up. Do you know what legal issues are involved?
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Consumer protection laws are designed to protect “working families”. Sound familiar? What that means is that consumer protection laws apply to you only if your customers fit within the definition of a “consumer”.
www.lawforyurwebsite.com – Testimonials are one of the best ways of sharing the benefits of
your products or services with potential customers, but there are rules you must obey.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – If you are doing a lot of similar transactions, a standard form contract means that you don’t have to negotiate each transaction anew.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – You can go to all the trouble of registering a trademark, but that does not mean you can protect it against “all comers”.
www.lawforyourwebsite.com – Anyone involved in marketing will understand that the ‘hook’ in advertising can mean the difference in 10s of sales and 1000s of sales. But can your copyright it?