Why we course creators need to comply with applicable privacy laws
Copyright myth busting
Why you need to be careful when having a photoshoot done for your online course
Do you know that Australian operators of Facebook pages can be liable for other people’s defamatory comments?
17 practical steps to help you create great course content, protect yourself, and limit your risk
Module 8 intro: Understanding privacy statement requirements and preparing and posting your own one
Module 7 intro: Managing your mailing list like a marvel and not a muppet
Module 6 intro: Encouraging people to promote your course by licensing content on Creative Commons terms
Module 5 intro: Including others’ videos in your course content without being struck out
Module 4 intro: Bringing music to one’s ears without its owner deafening yours
Module 3 intro: Using others’ images to your advantage without being told to cease and desist
Module 2 intro: Creating killer written content that won’t backfire and slap you in the face
Module 1 intro: Protecting your original creations from those who would pillage and plunder
“Doesn’t my course platform take care of privacy issues for me?”
Legal food for thought on the topic of building and using your email lists
What’s the deal with copyright and registration?
Quick legal tip for those using Mastermind.com for their courses
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