Under the GDPR, your organisation may be required to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO). You may wish to hire a DPO via Legal ICT.
Our IT Lawyers specialise in recognising legal risks and can help your organisation to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
Now that the UK Parliament has rejected the withdrawal agreement which was prepared by the UK Government and the EU institutions, questions are mounting about what to expect now and which preparations may be in order. Does your organisation need legal advice on Brexit?
Processing personal data is subject to various legal obligations, especially now that the GDPR is in full force. This can raise various legal questions for your organisation. The privacy experts at Legal ICT can answer these questions for you and help your organisation comply with the new privacy regulations.
For some cookies you need consent from the website visitor before you are allowed to use them, and for some cookies you do not. We can identify the different kind of cookies you are using, in order to correctly classify them.
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.
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.
Want to give your customers cloud continuity or do your customers ask questions like “what if your company goes bankrupt”?
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’).
Your clients or users themselves are liable for the information they publish on line. However, if the nature of the information is “manifestly’ unlawful, you yourself may be held liable by the complainant.
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