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This guide is based on UK law.
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in January 2005.
This is an edited version of a guide for businesses.
This article originally appeared in Up, a British business magazine, in spring 2002. It has not been updated since that date. For an up-to-date summary on protecting your site against pricing errors, please see How to protect your...
Suppliers of goods or services planning to do business on the web will need to comply with numerous regulations, old and new.
Where a business needs bespoke software solutions, the rights and obligations of a software developer and of the business (the software user), will be set out in a software development contract.
Despite the highly publicised failure of some on-line businesses, there is still a very active market for providing web development services to businesses seeking to initiate or update their web presences.
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in September 2007.
This article is based on UK law. It was last updated in June 2009.
This article first appeared in the Autumn 2003 issue of the OUT-LAW magazine. There is a chance that the law has changed, or the facts of this article have been superseded.