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Making the case for legal design

2022-09-20T09:27:20+02:00By |Categories: News|Tags: , , |

You know when you’ve been merrily doing a particular thing for years and then an influencer gives it a new name, brings it into popular consciousness and suddenly it’s trendy? (Not wearing make-up, being a ‘girl boss’, running in the rain or … going for a walk?) That seems [...]

Get the right operator contracts in place in 6 simple steps

2021-05-03T10:42:41+02:00By |Categories: Articles|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

In week 6 of our POPI DIY programme we look at what an operator is, and how to make sure you have the right operator contracts in place with yours. In terms of POPI an operator is a person or company who processes personal information on behalf of the responsible [...]

To and/or (and/)or not to and/or?

2021-05-03T10:45:54+02:00By |Categories: Articles|Tags: |

As far as we are concerned, there is no question and it turns out that we are not alone in condemning the use of  'the bastard conjunction and/or'. As early as 1932 the American Bar Association Journal described it as an 'accuracy-destroying symbol' and 'a device for the encouragement of mental laziness'. [...]

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