Kyle Robbins

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Why Click-Through Contract Tracking Should Matter to Every Subscription eCommerce Organization

By Kyle Robbins on Aug 7, 2017 2:31:51 PM

Risk versus efficiency.

It's the tension mounted between the legal team and the rest of the organization since the beginning of time -- and it'll exist long into the future. Or perhaps, it won't.

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Kill the Fax. College football Programs Went Digital on National Signing Day

By Kyle Robbins on Feb 13, 2017 8:02:00 AM

If you're anything of a college sports fan, you've seen the process tens of hundreds of times.

A prodigous high school football star, flanked by parents and coaches at a long table -- in front of flashing cameras & media members ready to cast a teen's decision to the world. The array of hats arranged in front of him, praise or hate set to follow from whichever he picks.

Then, it's time for the pen & paper.

This is National Signing Day in college football. 

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How to fight chargebacks & write winning representment letters with better recordkeeping

By Kyle Robbins on Oct 13, 2016 11:12:15 AM

If you're selling nearly any service or product online, there's probably a better-than-not chance that you've dealt with chargebacks, or you're going to soon. A 2012 JP Morgan survey on the subject of online payment fraud found that merchants lost over $1.5 BILLION to chargeback disputes in a single year alone.

Topics: e-Commerce
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PokemonGO's Terms of Service & Privacy Policy are unenforceable legal disasters. Here's why.

By Kyle Robbins on Jul 12, 2016 4:33:51 PM

If you're anything like us here at the PactSafe offices, you're probably spending a few minutes over lunch this week wandering around the streets outside your office trying to catch Pokemon. If you're not, well don't worry -- the guilt, shame, and embarassment of walking around as a grown adult playing an adaptation of a late-90s children's game wears off quickly. There's still plenty of time for you to catch up, reach Level 5, and head over to the nearest Pokemon Gym in your neighborhood to do battle.

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New court ruling reaffirms that clickwraps can serve multiple purposes

By Kyle Robbins on Nov 12, 2015 9:30:00 AM

It's more than just terms of service and privacy policies. This article not only details the latest case involving terms of service and clickwrap agreements, but provides examples of how clickwrap agreements continue to work wonders for business legal. 

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YouTube Red's new terms of service have some users feeling, well, red

By Kyle Robbins on Oct 29, 2015 11:26:41 AM

Wondering why you can't find content from places like ESPN or Grantland on YouTube anymore? It all has to do with the site's new YouTube Red premium service, and yup, you guessed it — a terms of service update.

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Delaware is serious about website Privacy Policies. Who's compliant?

By Kyle Robbins on Sep 15, 2015 12:16:13 PM

It's not just online retailers or SaaS companies that need to worry about conspicuous posting of terms online anymore. If you're collecting consumer data in some states, you're required by law to have your privacy policy posted clearly, conspiciously, and out-in-the-open.

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Spotify's new privacy policy made the internet mad for no reason. Here's how to prevent that.

By Kyle Robbins on Aug 21, 2015 11:33:00 AM

On the web, perception is reality.

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You Need to be Tracking The Versioning of Your Terms of Service. Here's Why.

By Kyle Robbins on Jul 20, 2015 1:16:00 PM

Our world isn't static. Your online legal agreements aren't either. If you're working as an attorney that oversees this drafting process, you know that you're busy multiple times a year with revisions or updates that need to be published to keep your company protected and your consumers notified.

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Are most clickwrap agreements on the web enforceable? We surveyed 1,000 websites to find out.

By Kyle Robbins on Jul 6, 2015 12:23:16 PM

Browsewrap agreements aren't the only type of online legal agreement that could bring you trouble online.

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