If you are using material created by somebody else without that person’s authorisation, you may be infringing their copyright. Including a disclaimer with this material is unlikely to have any legal effect and will not protect you from copyright infringement!
You can be in any industry and photography will play a big part of it. In fact, visual imagery is 40X more likely to get shared on social media than other types of content but you don’t want to stick to the tasteless stock photos. I’ve compiled a list of great stock photos that are free to use and great photos.
Facebook has sent out messages to users to highlight whether your data was involved in the reported issue involving the “This Is Your Digital Life” app and Cambridge Analytica. We explain a little more about what is involved in the permissions for apps and what you need to be thinking when keeping your data safe.
Do you think you own your website? It’s not always that simple, but it can be a simple check. I discuss a couple of issues that some business face and how to address those roadblocks. It’s definitely worth checking!
The Data Protection Act has been governing what businesses can and can’t do with the personal information of their customers since 1998, but that’s all due to come to an end soon; really soon. Next year in fact. But it’s being replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation which will come into effect on 25th May, 2018.
Intellectual property can be confusing to navigate. In this latest article in the HypeXpert series, IP specialists from Ward Hadaway explain what you need to know about IP