Can visitors post their own contributions on your website, such as responses to a blog or messages on a forum?
As a webhoster, you have a duty of care to provide “good” services. A Service Level Agreement specifies which levels of service you guarantee.
One single negative comment from one of your employees can have a huge impact on your reputation. Hence, why a social media code of conduct is necessary.
Resellers conclude their own contracts with clients, even if the services are provided by the ultimate provider. The reseller’s clients cannot simply turn to that provider in the event of damages or other claims.
Some organisations are required to maintain a register of processing activities under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’).
Good purchasing conditions seek to balance the interests of both parties. This has to be done while taking the different types of ICT services into account.
Processing personal data is subject to various legal obligations. This can raise various questions within your organisation. The privacy experts of Legal ICT can answer these and help your organisation comply with the new privacy regulations.
Before you start a new project, you should consider all possible privacy-aspects of your software. We can make sure your software includes ‘Privacy by Design’.
Our Notice and Takedown Advisory Service has been developed especially for web hosts, forum managers and other Internet service providers who forward client or user information. If you receive a complaint, simply forward it to us.
Legal ICT can help you draft, review or negotiate software licenses.
The specialised advisors at Legal ICT have many years of experience with Internet technology and its legal aspects.
Our legal advisors are specialised in recognizing legal risks and they can help your organisation to comply with laws and regulations.
A clear contract is a prerequisite for all IT projects. Legal ICT can help you draft or review your, or your client’s, IT-contracts.
As a webshop you are required to comply not only with the Distance Selling Act but also with general laws on guarantees, delivery timelines and payment possibilities.
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