SaaS Agreements – The Advantages of using English Law

If you are a SaaS supplier who often deals with customers located outside of the UK, you will have experienced customers insisting on their local law applying to your SaaS agreement. Many SaaS suppliers agree to this by simply removing “English law” from the SaaS agreement and replacing it with, for example, “German law” unaware of the consequences this will have upon their SaaS terms and conditions.

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Website Legal Requirements – Privacy Policy – Basics for your Website

If you are operating a website and require users to register in order to use your website or you are simply using Google analytics on your website then you are collecting and processing personal data. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, if you collect, store or process personal data you must provide specific information to the persons whose personal data you are using. This information is usually provided to users in a privacy policy which should be published on your website.

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SaaS Agreements – Data Protection – Policies and Procedures

SaaS suppliers must have adequate data protection policies, procedures and checks in place when employees or third parties are handling SaaS customer data or face the risk of being heavily fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for breaches of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).

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