Monthly Archives: June 2015

Cyber Security with Southern Entrepreneurs

Crimson Crab are delivering this event in Bordon on 21st July. For more details and booking please follow this link

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Competition and Markets Authority Report

Fake online reviews prompt probe – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33184207

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On line review credibility.

Fake online customer reviews ‘for sale’, BBC finds – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33186836

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Free website compliance check

At the moment we able to offer a free check of UK based websites. This looks at the sites compliance in the areas of: Disclosure under the Companies Act Copyright protection Disability Discrimination Act Data Protection Provision of Services Regulations … Continue reading

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Crab Insight – June 2015

Please take a look at the latest Crab Insight June 2015 Volume 2 Issue 9. If you have consumer clients (ie an individual acting for purposes which are wholly or mainly outside their trade, business, craft or profession) there are two important dates … Continue reading

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I’m thinking of registering my brand as a trade mark. I’ve been on to the IPO website and it looks a fairly straightforward process to register. I’ve done a search and there is no match. I’m just wondering if you might have some additional information as to the pros and cons?

Registering a trade mark is a strategic business decision and should be considered carefully before proceeding. You can register your trade mark to protect your brand, eg the name of your product or service. When you register you will be … Continue reading

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My web site designer has provided a set of terms and conditions and a privacy policy for my website will they protect my business?

This is a very difficult question to answer for an individual set of circumstances. The main issue is that the responsibility for compliance with the law is yours. In relation to personal data you are a data controller as defined … Continue reading

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