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Don’t want to reveal your phone number?


Direct e-mail marketing rules

The directors are thinking about conducting a new direct e-mail marketing campaign. However, you’ve heard that they are subject to strict legal rules. How can you stay on the right side of the law? More...


Cloud computing and data protection

The directors have been discussing the pros and cons of cloud computing. It seems like a good idea in principle, but what are the company’s and your own personal obligations when it comes to data protection? More...


£120,000 fine for e-mailing the wrong person!

Surrey County Council has just been fined £120,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office after its staff mistakenly sent three e-mails containing personal data to the wrong recipients. Should the directors be worried? More...


Why have company website terms and conditions?

83% of smaller companies have a website - it’s a vital business tool. But visitors should always be given clear terms and conditions (T&Cs) on usage. Why is this step important and what must the directors make sure they include? More...


That’s a great website picture

A stock photo agency has the perfect picture for your company’s website. But to use it you’ll need to buy an expensive licence. You’ve discovered that the same image can be download from the Internet for free. Is this a wise or risky move? More...


Domain name dispute

A couple of years ago you hired a firm to design your website and take care of all the domain name formalities. You’ve just discovered that you don’t actually own the domain. What could have happened and what can you do about it? More...
Last updated: 29.05.2020

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