Almost every modern business selling goods engages in e-commerce (and if it’s not, it should!). E-commerce, put simply, is the act of conducting business on the Internet, and in many [...]
It’s really tempting to look at a bad yelp review or see a sudden revolt from your customers or users and immediately want to lash out. Do NOT do this.
Take a moment, breathe, and think about what you want to say.
Often the CEO or founder of a company is in charge because they devoted time, energy, an enormous amount of resources, and took on considerable risk to themselves, their family life, and financial health. It’s only natural to want to keep close control, but some things you cannot control. One of those things is the Internet.
The DMCA and CDA are the Digital Millenium Copyright Act and Communications Decency Act respectively. Each of them govern content on the Internet and have different implications for websites.
This is a question sole proprietors often ask themselves. “What’s the point of incorporating? I’m doing just fine by myself.”
For starters, incorporating provides a liability shield. This means if someone filed a lawsuit against you, they could only go after your business provided you never give them an opportunity to pierce the corporate veil (this usually means as a corporate officer you made your personal affairs and the company affairs indistinguishable).