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Questions concerning contracts between a freelancer, agent and a client.

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I'm a freelance web developer and security researcher, so my experience may be a little biased. In general, web development is a pretty insecure mess. More experienced developers are generally seen a …
answered Jun 17 '15 by Amelia
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I actually cryptographically sign my emails* using an s/mime certificate, and my mail provider uses DKIM + SPF (gmail). If you want real, unfalsifiable signatures, there is absolutely nothing else ex …
answered Dec 9 '13 by Amelia
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Under no circumstances should you allow yourself to have unlimited liability. The phrase used in contracts to prevent this is usually of the form: 'You shall indemnify and hold the Developer …
answered Oct 30 '15 by Amelia
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You should really decide this explicitly in your contract, and have a cancellation clause. If you are offering an hourly rate for your work (rather than a fixed amount), you should ideally make this …
answered May 22 '13 by Amelia
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Disclaimer: Always read contracts you sign multiple times. Regardless of whether or not a contract is enforceable, be sure you do not agree to anything you disagree with. Do you need your employer's …
answered Sep 2 '13 by Amelia