All means of mass communication (including television, radio, and newspapers). We especially focus on new media, social media or digital media. We also provide legal solutions for a brochure or catalogue website. We have also helped hundreds of online stores, marketplaces, and communities. You can read our advice, or about the products or services we offer related to this focus area below:
The law requires that certain information appears on your website. Section 43(1) of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act (ECT Act) is the relevant legislation. Very few websites comply with this section despite it being applicable to most web sites. […]
It happens daily: we share photos of ourselves, our families and our friends with others on the Web, especially through social websites like Facebook. Or we email photos for various reasons to a long list of recipients. Or we forward […]
A common issue nowadays is who owns the copyright in content posted to web site posts or blogs – content in the form of text, visual images or the like, where a web site allows this sort of participation by […]
When would a website provider be liable for mistakes in information which it provides online? Can it avoid that liability?
The general principle is that a website provider must ensure that the content on the website is accurate and will a […]
Can a website provider use third-party content on its website without permission from the third-party content provider?
No. This would amount to a contravention of the Copyright Act 98 of 1978 if the content as the copyrighted work was first published in South Africa or made by a “qualified person” (a South African or company registered and […]
This is an interesting video that gives food for thought about where things are going.
This is an interesting presentation that explains what is meant by Web2.0.
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