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Episode 6: Blogging Legally With Blogging Lawyer, Lucrezia Iapichino


Have you protected your blogging business legally? Do you know what disclosures to use, what pages you need on your site like privacy policies, how copyright works and thought about GDPR or CCPA?

If you haven’t or if you aren’t sure if you are doing the right thing, don’t worry! You’re not alone, and we can help!

In today’s episode, I’m joined by Lucrezia Iapichino from Blogging for New Bloggers who is also a laywer that specialises in international and EU law and has worked in many countries in Europe as well as here in Australia .

You will learn what you need to do to make sure you are protecting your blog legally with some great advice around what legal pages you need on your site, disclosures, cookie policies, copyright issues and more.

You can even acess a free European GDPR compliance step-by-step action plan.


We cover a lot on today’s show, so grab a cup of coffee, get a notebook ready and get ready to understand a lot more about how you can protect your blogging business.

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Here’s an overview of what we talked about today:

  • [2:20] Lucrezia introduces herself and describes her backgound
  • [5:09] The big picture things that bloggers need to consider when it comes to making sure they have their bases covered legally – and why
  • [8:13] The laws we need to follow
  • [16:00] The pages we should have on our blogs, like privacy policy, disclaimer, etc, and what they should cover as well as disclosures
  • [28:02] What CCPA is, how this applies to bloggers and how it differs from European GPPR
  • [39:11] Whether we should be paying for legal help to do the types of things we have discussed so far like privacy policies and disclosures or whether we can do it ourselves
  • [45:07] What bloggers should be aware of for copyright and trademark issues
  • [53:28] How we can protect ourselves from image scams
  • [58:20] Final advice

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Blogging Legally With Blogging Lawyer, Lucrezia Iapichino

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Next episode, I talk about how to start a second blog and everything you need to consider.

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About the Author

Sharon is passionate about working online and helping others to follow in her footsteps. She started blogging in 2005, but became serious about it when she left Australia with her young family at the end of 2014 determined to grow an online business. She succeeded by becoming a SEO and affiliate marketing expert and now supports her family of 5 to live their dream lifestyle. She has a degree in web development, a graduate diploma of education (secondary teaching) and consumes everything SEO. She loves putting her teaching diploma to good use by teaching other bloggers how to have the same success that she has had.

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