Jocelyn Mackie - Page 10

Former civil litigation attorney. Content legal strategist at TermsFeed.

Android's Default EULA

Android apps are not required by Google Play to include an End User License Agreement ("EULA"). However, having an EULA in place regardless can be a good thing for a number of reasons, including protecting your intellectual property, and limiting your liability to users of your app. While using the Apple platform...

India IT Act of 2000 (Information Technology Act)

India's IT Act 2000 covers offenses involving computers, computer systems, or computer networks in India. It also makes acts like hacking, data theft, spreading of computer viruses, identity theft, defamation (sending offensive messages), pornography, child pornography, and cyber terrorism criminal offenses, and gives legal validity to electronic contracts and recognition...

SaaS Agreement

If you offer a software as a service (SaaS) app, it is likely easier for you to combine all your legal agreements into one: the SaaS Agreement. Many SaaS apps contain a number of legal agreements including Terms and Conditions (T&C) or Terms of Service (ToS), a Privacy Policy, Disclaimers, and...

Australia Privacy Act of 1988

If your business is registered in Australia or you have customers or end users in the Australian market, you must comply with Australia's Privacy Act of 1988. This article looks at what this act requires while giving you practical steps and best practies for how to comply, including a breakdown of...

Sweepstakes

If your promotions fall under the sweepstakes category, you will need to draft a specialized Terms and Conditions agreement. Here is how to know whether your promotion is a sweepstakes and whether it is subject to FTC scrutiny. Running sweepstakes creates an exciting promotion effort but you need to proceed with...

Privacy by Design

Your privacy protection practices go beyond having a good Privacy Policy. That's just one tool to protecting your company from liability and communicating expectations with users, but it's not effective if you do not have the business policies to back it up. That is where Privacy by Design (PbD) enters the picture....