Web Law - Agreements, Guidelines and Use Policies
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Minimize Web Liability
The Internet has become the fastest way to disseminate vast amounts of information. It has provided businesses the unique opportunity to expand their reach into new and diverse markets in a cost-effective manner. It has also led to the creation of internal networks, or Intranets, that provide employers and employees with an efficient way to communicate. Yet despite their value, both Internet and Intranet sites leave an organization vulnerable to serious legal risks.
Butterworths Web Law - Agreements, Guidelines and Use Policies will help you to minimize these risks. Technology law experts Lisa K. Abe and Marie-Helene Constantin explain how to establish and enforce clear policies for setting up Web sites, Intranets, and other information technology (IT) processes. Guidelines cover how to reduce risks from outside, and inside, an organization.
This book addresses the laws and issues arising in Canada's common law provinces and territories, and civil law as it applies within the Province of Quebec.
Internal Use of the Web
- What risks do employers face from Web access by employees?
- How can employers limit these risks without violating employees' privacy rights?
- What risks does an Intranet pose?
- How can you control access to confidential information, trade secrets, and personal information on an Intranet?
Administration of a Web Site
- What procedures should a policy for Web site administration set out?
- How do you control the posting of content to a Web site?
- How do you deal with the laws of different jurisdictions?
- How can you ensure that a policy is enforced consistently?
External Use of a Web Site
- What terms and conditions should a Web site policy contain?
- How should a Web site policy address issues related to the sale of goods or services?
- How should proprietary notices and privacy policies be positioned on a Web site?
- How can you ensure that Web site policies are actually enforceable?
Legal and Regulatory Rules
- What information must a supplier disclose to a consumer in an online agreement?
- What language issues apply to online contracts?
- How do different levels of legislation regulate online advertising?
- How does the Criminal Code restrict certain types of e-commerce?
Table of contents
Part 1: Internal Company Policies
Chapter 1: World Wide Web
Chapter 2: Intranet
Part 2 : Web Site Administration Policies
Chapter 1: Application of the Web Site Administration Policy
Chapter 2: Content of the Policy
Chapter 3: Enforcement of the Policy
Chapter 1: Terms of Policy
Chapter 2: Commercial Terms of the Transaction
Chapter 3: Specific Policies
Chapter 4: Enforceability
Part 4: Regulatory Issues
Chapter 1: Consumer Protection
Chapter 2: Language Issues
Chapter 3: Marketing and Advertising
Chapter 4: Gambling, Lotteries, Betting and Contests
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