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Law Donut review of 2017

Date: 19 December 2017

By: Fanny Marshall

Your business domain name and the law

Date: 11 December 2017

By: Tim Erinwright

Why firing staff can be a risky business

Date: 20 November 2017

By: Andrew Gray

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Your business domain name and the law

Choosing a web address is a vital part of launching a business. Here are the legal issues you need to be aware of when registering a domain name.

Date: 11 December 2017   By: Tim Erinwright

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Business owners need to take GDPR more seriously

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become law in 2017 but many small businesses are not ready for the changes, says Billy Leonard.

Date: 25 September 2017   By: Billy Leonard

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How to protect sensitive data from hackers

How to protect your data; hackers are targeting professional services businesses, including law firms, to access financial and client information.

Date: 11 September 2017   By: John Fielding

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Is your business ready for the EU's General Data Protection Regulation?

EU General Data Protection Regulation becomes law in 2018 and affects firms with data on EU citizens including UK SMEs post-Brexit. Are you ready?

Date: 1 September 2016   By: Jamie Graves

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Who will hold the online criminals to account?

Last month, the UK government was trumpeting its role in disrupting the GOZeuS malware, which has affected over 15,000 UK computers.

Date: 14 July 2014   By: Guest contributor

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Using social login to protect your business from online defamation risks

How social login can help interactive media meet evolving online defamation legislation – and deliver personalised, high quality content for their users. Russell Loarridge, managing director Europe of Janrain, examines why establishing a sense of identity is key to building a strong, compliant ...

Date: 9 June 2014   By: Guest contributor

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Data protection legislation

By law, businesses must protect the information they use about their customers, clients and employees. Home addresses, bank details, invoicing and even holiday records all have to be stored and kept safe – sometimes you even need written permission to hold personal or sensitive information, suc...

Date: 21 February 2012   By: Simon Goldburn