Am I responsible for comments on my Facebook page?
The High Court of Australia has upheld that a publisher may be liable for defamatory comments made under their social media posts. The general test for defamatory communication is whetherRead More
A Legal Guide to Understanding Cryptocurrency
A fruitful development of the 21st century has been that of cryptocurrency. While this form of trading remains somewhat unclear, it is quickly becoming popular in Australia. In fact, theRead More
What Should an Acceptable Use Policy Contain?
An acceptable use policy (AUP) provides a regulatory framework that restricts the ways that a system, network or website may be used. With that being said, an AUP also providesRead More
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the core piece of legislation for European digital privacy. It sets the legal framework for how businesses collect personal information from their customers.Read More
Legal Ramifications with Internet of Things
Put simply the Internet of Things or ‘IoT’ refers to electronic devices connected to the internet, which actively transport and collect data. Australia has been quick to embrace the IoTRead More
What is a Cybersecurity Policy?
With data breaches on the rise through the 21st century, businesses are continuously introducing cybersecurity policies. A cybersecurity policy aims to protect a business’s information from being unlawfully accessed. InRead More
A Legal Guide to SaaS Agreements
Cloud-based ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) is becoming increasingly popular for many businesses. Unlike traditional software licenses, your SaaS customers do not own your software when they pay for it.Read More
Does Our Business Own Software We Had Developed?
An agreement must exist which gives you an explicit right to own software that is being developed for you. Provided there is an agreement, you will have exclusive ownership. ThisRead More