intellectual property

Is Your Intellectual Property Legally Protected?

Linkilaw Company Law, Intellectual Property, Internet Security

Intellectual property is often the core of a business. In fact, it’s often more than just property or some meaningless thing. It’s often an idea that’s crucial to the business’ success. If it becomes hijacked, then it drastically affects the profits and in worst cases, survival of that business. In today’s digital age more and more people have access to …

online cookies

10 Things You Should Know About Web Cookies

Linkilaw Internet Security

We all know that web cookies exist, however most of us don’t really know anything about them. They’re a technical part of each person’s internet experience and most people probably aren’t even aware that cookies are being used on every website they visit or why. In this post you’ll learn everything you need to know about web cookies, and we’ll even …

privacy policies

Why Your Company’s Website Agreement Matters

Linkilaw Internet Security, Startup Advice & Tips

If you have been on any company website lately, you may have noticed something called a Website Agreement or Privacy Policy. We usually don’t really look into what these kind of documents are and what they have to do with us visiting a website, but we should, as these documents define the relationship between the businesses website and its visitors. …

knowledge advantage

Protect Your Company’s Knowledge Advantage

Linkilaw Company Law, Employee Regulations, Internet Security, Motivation & Success, Startup Advice & Tips

Intellectual property has become quite the ‘catch phrase’ for perceived ownership of what a company conceives, creates or produces. In fact it’s only a part of the whole picture – the legal part, to be exact. While licencing and trademarking your brand and the items you sell is critical, it’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to …

business technology

Around the Web – Business Technology: 5 Small Business Startup Ideas

Linkilaw Business News, Internet Security, Motivation & Success, Startup Advice & Tips

Welcome to our weekly roundup of the latest buzz in startup ingenuity and business technology. The past several days, we’ve seen students of varied ages leaving their mark on our society – from a graduate student’s intuitive ‘smart’ glove that lets us communicate with those unable to speak, to a young clockmaker’s inventiveness-gone-awry causing a global uproar in his defence. …

Low Quality Digital Goods

Around the Web – Protecting Buyers From Low Quality Digital Goods

Linkilaw Internet Security

It’s that time again (smile) for another quick tour through a week of top posts of interest, both around the web and here at Linkilaw! Our first post takes on the landmark Consumer Rights Act, protecting buyers from unscrupulous purveyors of low quality digital goods – an important step in getting a bit of control over our cyberspace. UK Consumer …

Smart Technology

Around the Web – Winning Smart Technology With A Social Purpose

Linkilaw Business News, Internet Security

Welcome to this week’s roundup of intriguing startup and small business news! Today, we’re focusing on energetic new entrepreneurs on the UK scene and their tech-related companies. And, while we’re on the subject of startups, if you’re looking for help with a business starting point, or the logistics of a startup, be sure to check out these new ebooks! Winning …

email disclaimer

Should You Be Using Email Disclaimers?

Linkilaw Company Law, Internet Security

Should You Be Using Email Disclaimer? Although the importance (and validity) of email disclaimer could be debated for days – as you’ve no doubt noticed, most law firms do use them. That might be our first clue. Since solicitors are protective by nature, and emails are inherently invasive, it may follow that we should try to protect ourselves from emails …