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This article recommends a number of provisions for website owners and internet service providers to consider when drafting their terms and conditions. The topics discussed include: information about the company; intellectual property; defamation; website content; liability; information about the user and its visits to the site; and transactions concluded through the site. The article advises website operators with social media content to be especially careful to include warranties and indemnities provisions in case a user infringes third party IP or defames someone on the website.

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Take away:

  • Website terms and conditions are extremely important, and should be updated with any change in product or service, and after any change in relevant legislation.


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