Protect your Online Business Legally as you Create & Sell Digital Products

boutique member's club May 03, 2018

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Have you been following the Facebook data breach fiasco, and Mark Zuckerberg's appearances before Congress to explain the situation? Believe it or not, your online business is subject to the same laws, on a smaller scale. 

If you are building an email list or selling digital products such as online courses and membership sites you have to comply with the same data privacy and protection laws.

There are important pages you must have on your websites like your Privacy Page, and your Terms and Conditions. There are also things you need to do to protect yourself from chargebacks when people buy your digital products. 

Join Christy Westerfeld, Esq., and Catherine Dove with the Digital Business Boutique, as we discuss how to legally run an online business. We'll cover everything from data privacy and how to ensure your website is legally compliant, to what you need to have in place before selling an online course or working with clients. If you're even thinking of starting an online business, you won't want to miss this!


Christy Westerfeld is an attorney and legal resource for online entrepreneurs and coaches. She helps online business owners "uncomplicate" legal, and learn how to run legally savvy businesses. Christy provides legal training sessions, templates, and guides to teach entrepreneurs the legal basics, so they can confidently share their message and grow their business. While she isn't working, you will find Christy spending time with her husband and 9-month-old son, running, and connecting with other business mamas!

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This replay is archived in the Boutique Member's Club.