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Media law

Acceptable use policy

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£16.80

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14

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1.0
This acceptable use policy document is designed to regulate the use of a website or other online service. The bulk of the policy is concerned with prohibiting certain actions and certain types of content. The policy naturally covers unlawful actions and content, but may also cover actions and content that are undesirable but not unlawful.

Website contributor agreement (paid)

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£36

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30

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1.0
Under this website contributor agreement, one person creates material (such as text or graphical material) for publication upon another person's website. The parties may be individuals or companies. The agreement assumes that the contributor will be paid a fee in respect of the contribution. In consideration for the payment of that fee, the customer receives either an assignment of the rights in the contribution ...

Website contributor agreement (unpaid)

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£36

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30

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1.0
Under this version of our website contributor agreement, a person may create material (such as written works) for publication upon another's website, although the contributor does not receive any payment for the contribution. The contributor either grants a licence to the website operator or assigns (ie transfers) the contributor's rights in the contribution to the operator. To help ensure that the agreement takes ...

Website advertising agreement

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£48

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40

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1.0
The provision of an advertisement (or a set of advertisements) for publication on website (or a network of websites) gives rise to various legal issues. The purpose of this website advertising agreement is to help the parties to deal with those issues. The advertiser will want to know that the advertisements will be published as agreed. Moreover, the advertiser will want to ensure that the ...

Website advertising terms and conditions

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£48

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40

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These T&Cs are designed to regulate the relationship between a business purchasing online advertisement publication services and the provider of those services. The T&Cs include obligations to provide the services, limitations upon the scope of the services, warranties relating to the services and the advertisements supplied by the advertiser, a licence from the advertiser to the service provider in respect of the advertisements, ...