If you allow users to submit content to your website you can also include an optional clause which tells them how they are allowed to post or submit material. For example, this specifies that they can’t submit material that breaches another person’s intellectual property or should have been kept confidential.
- Follow this link or use the button below, and click ‘Get Started’;
- Include them on your website (make sure they are easily accessible; eg you could include them in the footer of each page of your website);
Contact information to include on your website
- the name and address of your business;
- contact details, including an email address;
- if your business is a limited company, your company’s registered number, the part of the UK where it is registered (eg England or Wales) and the address of your company’s registered office (if different from its usual address);
- your business’s VAT number, if registered; and
- details of any regulated profession or authorisation scheme that your business is part of or subject to.
Most businesses include this information in their website footer or on their contact details page. You’ll also need to display certain product and service information on your site if you use it for ecommerce (like delivery and cancellation terms). See this blog for more guidance on what policies and terms you are legally required to have on your website.
Marion joined Sparqa Legal as a Senior Legal Editor in 2018. She previously worked as a corporate/commercial lawyer for five years at one of New Zealand’s leading law firms, Kensington Swan (now Dentons Kensington Swan), and as an in-house legal consultant for a UK tech company. Marion regularly writes for Sparqa’s blog, contributing across its commercial, IP and health and safety law content.