Many standard contracts to cover initial confidential discussions to contracting with a developer/contractor/licensor to develop, host, support, test, evaluate a website; also website terms and & conditions, Privacy policies, SEO, banner advertising, assignment of domain names; contracts covering protection of copyright material online, on websites or when epublishing and in escrow; protection against infringement and actions when infringed and assignment of copyright when selling a website.
Designed for use between a website developer/designer and a client wishing to have a website developed, built and supported by the developer. This contract also protects the intellectual property rights of the client in the creation of the website and in any new processes or inventions which arise during development. The client also has extensive and stringent warranties and acceptance testing to ensure that the website turns out to be the product that is envisaged as well as a development timetable with liquidated damages to be paid by the developer for their delay. Also, payment terms linked to successful development. Read moreRead more
Designed for use between a website developer/designer and a client wishing to have a website developed, built and supported by the developer. This contract also protects the intellectual property rights of the developer in the creation of the website and in any new processes or inventions which arise during development. Read moreRead more
Website hosting is a service which provides any individual, company or organisation with storage space on the provider (“web host”)’s server or on the user’s own server at the provider’s location to load its website and have connectivity to the internet. This document can be used whether the hosting is actual physical hosting or Cloud ‘virtual’ hosting and has options for “Click-wrap” or “Browse-wrap” acceptance. Read moreRead more
policy which advises users/visitors what information is gathered automatically when they use the website, what they themselves disclose to fulfil an enquiry or order and what the operator will or will do with their personal information. This gives 2 typical standard examples: Example 1: For a Professional confidential website—with non-disclosure of personal data; Example 2: for a Retail website— with some disclosure of personal data. Read moreRead more
the terms and conditions by which users may access, view and use their website, the information which it contains and the materials or products which may be available on it together also with the “public” areas, chatrooms or fora where users may leave feedback or comments. These terms and conditions are essential to safeguard against unlawful, illegal or predatory activities and give recourse to the website owner to act. Read moreRead more