A few days ago, I wrote about the different types of internet businesses that one can put up.
That article prompted a lot of inquiries from my readers which sent to my inbox a number of requests for assistance on several aspects of e-commerce and other online ventures.
Some of the questions I received such as “How do I put up a website?” and “How does Paypal work?” were quite easy to answer, but there were also some that really got me thinking.
There were concerns about online business legalities, issues on consumer rights and protection for e-commerce transactions and a few on internet copyright laws.
These questions encouraged me to do some research which led me to discover this nifty handbook from Janette Toral entitled E-Commerce For Entrepreneurs.
The original workshop book came out in 2004 but she’s now updating it to include new and more comprehensive information. By February 2009, she will be releasing the new edition of E-Commerce For Entrepreneurs and she just announced the first volume of the series entitled Internet User’s Guide to E-Commerce Policies.
Below is the outline of this book:
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Becoming an I.T. Policy Advocate & Lobbyist
- The E-Commerce Law
- Chapter 3: E-Commerce Law
- Chapter 4: E-Commerce Law IRR
- Chapter 5: Rules on Electronic Evidence
- SME Policies
- Chapter 6: Financing for Information Technology Build-Up (SME-FIT)
- Chapter 7: Government Procurement Policy Board Resolution No. 07-2006
- Consumer Protection
- Chapter 8: Data Log Retention of Telecommunications Traffic (NTC)
- Chapter 9: DTI Administrative Order #8: Prescribing Guidelines for the Protection of Personal Data in Information and Communication Systems in the Private Sector
- Chapter 10: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Circular No. 542: Consumer Protection for Electronic Banking
- Chapter 11: Consumer Protection Guidelines (NTC)
- Chapter 12: Advertising Standards Code
- Chapter 13: Internet and Mobile Advertising Code of Ethics
- Chapter 14: DTI-DOF Joint Administrative Order #2: Guidelines Implementing R.A. 8792 on Electronic Payment and Collection System (EPCS) in Government
- Chapter 15: Copyright
- Chapter 16: Cybercrime
- Chapter 17: E-Commerce Policy Implementation Challenges
- Chapter 18: Moving Forward
Quite interesting isn’t it? Here’s some more good news. Janette is giving away free copies of this book. Just head on to this page to know how you can get the Internet User’s Guide to E-Commerce Policies book for free.
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