Parody accounts are all over social media. But how far can you take it before you cross any legal boundaries? Larry Bodine, Editor-in-Chief of Lawyers.com, is here with advice on how to do a Twitter parody account the right way.
Topics: First Amendment, NY Times, Parody, Trademarks, Twitter
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