17th October 2016
Guest Writer – Anthony Lieu from LegalVision
Browsing a website is likely to involve the collection of personal data. Whether it be filling in a form or through a covert website cookie. Business owners who have websites are required to securely store the data they collect and inform all website visitors about how their information is collected and used.
1. The control measures a website will use to manage data securely;
2. The purpose of holding the information;
3. Whether information will be disclosed to third parties i.e. payment portals, advertising tools; and
4. The process for reporting a breach of privacy.
should also include clauses that set out how information is used. For example, if a website collects
Whether you are running an e-Commerce website or a blog for your clients, you should always have a
Author Bio Anthony Lieu is a lawyer and Strategist at LegalVision. He has a keen interest in start-up law, IT law and scaling fast-growing businesses. He has a strong understanding in how start-ups operate at all stages and how to navigate the myriad of legal issues surrounding online businesses. He has worked in the public and private legal sector, specialising in disputes and litigation, corporate advisory and tax controversy.
This article featured in the October Edition of Paeds Biz.