Hi everyone! I'm creating a new 'Babysitter marketplace' service. It's where babysitters can register a profile and parents can search for them and make bookings. I have been careful to ensure this is simply a marketplace, where my service only introduces two parties to conduct business, and not a babysitting agency (nor are the babysitter considered employees, wear uniforms, or anything like that - it's more like Uber). I do however make a very small commission (5%) on each booking. I have a separate bank account, separate email address, website however I re-used an old ABN I had in my own name (well, I actually tried to make a new one, but the government told me I already have one and should use that!). I can see exisiting babysitter services such as FindABabysitter.com.au that are operating and are very similar. What should be my next steps as far as protecting myself here? Obviously I'll have T&Cs and try and spell it out every at every opportunity that I cannot accept liability for the babysitters on the site, however I just want to make sure I've done everything I possibly can. I'm happy to sit down with a lawyer, but I don't want to be scared away of doing this due to liability given there are other websites out there doing the same thing just fine. FMc.