On Monday we will be looking at the business models of companies who operate primarily on the Internet. We will look at the rules you must comply with when using their sites (in addition to all other laws that apply), and the benefits/criticisms of their business models. In particular, we will focus on Google and Facebook, but will also try to cover Amazon, eBay and Twitter. You should be familar with the products/services offered by these companies, and their terms and conditions.
What are the risks of doing business with these organisations?
For some background you can look at:
Don't Be Evil
Google Product Offerings
Google Book Project
AdWords - Australia
Facebook and Privacy
Endorsements - US position
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