E-commerce is basic tool for small business and entrepreneurs

These are some basic steps to protect your name, credibility and health of any business

If you are receiving information, having on-line payments or engaging in communications with the public, you must observe several requirements in accordance Ontario law.

In Ontario, rules that apply to traditional commerce also shall apply to e-commerce, including incorporation, business name registration, taxation, consumer protection, advertising, etc. .

If you are an entrepreneur or a business owner you should read this list:

  • Yous should be aware of Canada´s Anti-Spam Laws;
  • You should properly identify your business on your website and developing mechanisms for obtaining consent and unsubscribe options;
  • You should have a tailor-made Privacy Policy and posting it on your website;
  • You should post a notice on your website and mechanisms to obtain users´consent must if your website is using cookies;
  •  you should follow Payment Card Industry Security Standards, particularly,  having a proper information security policy and a vulnerability management program.

We hope this list would be useful; however, is your require further information or you would like to get a comprehensive assessment about your e-commerce needs

Bear in mind that If you do not observe yours obligation conducting e-commerce your business might be affected in a negative way due to possible penalties, law suits, etc.

We, at MCLaw, are devoted to assist entrepreneurs to achieve their goals with cost-effective legal services to protect their business ideas.

We have developed our “Pre-set-service packages” with flat fees for basic legal needs, including #E-commerce.

If you would like to received more information from us, including a 5% discount for your “E-commerce pre-set package”,