If your business is not in Europe, should you be worried about GDPR? GDPR has the potential to impact any business that might be doing business with a European resident, whether the business is online or not. This article covers some of the most frequently asked...
Do you remember the old Lemmings computer game? I think it came out in the early nineties. Lots of tiny blue and green figures with pick-axes trying to work their way through tunnels and mounds without falling off cliffs. Thats the picture I get when talking about...
The real question is whether the scanned copy of a contract is the best evidence that the parties entered into a contract in the first place. Sometimes, it is all that is required.
It is commonly thought that a contract can’t be binding unless it is put in writing. Not true! There are only a very small number of contracts that have to be in writing – like the sale of land.
Don’t face ACCC investigation because you are too slow in updating your business standard contract terms.
Templates can be great for simple contracts with limited variables. But if you are aiming to achieve something novel or creative, a little legal input can go a long way to avoiding problems later.
Do mandatory data breach notifications apply to you? Data breach falls within Australian privacy laws and is all about cyber security. These laws will affect you if your business…
Facebook terms and conditions do require all users to have permission to use the content they upload, whether written, audio, video, or as is now available, through live streaming. It is easy to blur a background image when you have the ability to edit, but not in live streaming. If you infringe someone’s copyright, even accidentally, there can be consequences you didn’t anticipate.
Site Blocking in Australia is real and aimed at slowing down copyright infringement. Changes to the Copyright Act mean ISPs may be ordered to block access to overseas torrent websites.
Now that Australian Consumer Law Unfair Contract Rules have changed, its time to update your Australian Standard Contract terms to avoid being sued.