SaaS Agreements – Legal Requirements – Online SaaS Sales

SaaS suppliers making online sales of SaaS services to business customers in the UK need to ensure that they have the necessary legal documents and information available on their website to comply with English law. Simply having a SaaS agreement online will not cover all legal obligations in the UK when providing SaaS services online. Below is a summary of the documents and information that you should have available on a UK website.

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SaaS Agreements – Website Legal Requirements – for SaaS Suppliers

Below, I have set out the main legal requirements (including some optional recommendations) that you should comply with when operating your website in the UK. Even if you do not sell SaaS products or services online via your website, you will still need to comply with the following English laws when operating a website in the UK.

Mandatory Requirements

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Website Legal Requirements – Tweeting – 5 Legal Offences to Avoid

There have recently been a number of high profile cases on liability for the sending of inappropriate tweets in the UK and the USA.

As tweeting becomes more and more the norm for many businesses it is important to consider the legal consequences of staff sending inappropriate tweets. Before allowing, permitting or encouraging staff to start tweeting on your behalf or with your brand you should consider creating a tweeting policy.

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Website Legal Requirements – Cookies – New Guidelines

From the 26th of May 2012 the UK Information Commissioners Office (ICO) will start prosecuting companies for breaches of the Privacy and Electronic Communications (Amendment) Regulations. These set out the obligations of website operators to provide users with information about cookies and obtain their consent when using cookies. Failure to comply with the rules can result in a fine of up to £500,000.

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