Law of the Internet
be collectively referred to as “Law of the Internet”.
As pointed out above, the popularity of the Internet is constantly growing. This phenomenon is reflected by rapidly increasing numbers of websites – including webshops.
DRAFTING TERMS OF COMPETITIONS
Online competitions have become a popular form of entertainment and also an attractive method of obtaining material gains. Consequently, a need to set forth the the terms and conditions thereof emerged. It is the terms’ appropriate wording that prevents those participants who overuse this form of entertainment from obstructing its legitimate conduct. At the same time, the persons who take part in such competition are granted the guarantee that they will not be deceived by the organizer, and even if so – they will be equipped with a basis to pursue their rights on.
LEGAL SERVICES RENDERED TO WEBSITES AND WEBSHOPS
Legal services rendered to websites and webshops basically consist in auditing such sites with the view to detecting potential legal deficiencies and/or inefficiencies and also to introducing solutions preventing negative results of audits commissioned e.g. by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection ( Generalny Inspektor Ochrony Danych Osobowych – GIODO).
Finally, we make sure that the operational mechanisms of offers in ICT systems remain in keeping with the provisions of the Civil Code.
It is highly recommendable for those who intend to start their business in currency exchange market (Forex) or on the basis of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin etc. to obtain legal advice regarding the administrative and tax consequences of such undertaking. Operating in the field of new technologies often calls for professional assistance in choosing the appropriate form of economic activity, jurisdiction and operating model.
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