Levick Monthly - June 2013: The New Balance; The Impact Of The SEC’s Social Media Pronouncement + How To Protect Your Brand From Twitter Hacking

In This Issue:


..The Impact of The SEC’s Social Media


..Everything You Know About Charity Is Wrong


..How Kraft Can Neutralize a Crusading Food Blogger


..How To Protect Your Brand From Twitter Hacking


..Ted Hester On Congressional Investigations


..The GNC “JACK3D” Lawsuit: Retailer Liability Hangs In The Balance


..Financial Regulators Compete, JPMorgan Loses


- Excerpt from The Impact of The SEC’s Social Media:

There has been a great deal of talk, in and out of the media, since the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its April Report on why it would not bring a case against Netflix and/or its CEO Reed Hastings. Hastings had posted material nonpublic information on his personal Facebook page without prior announcement that it would be a vehicle for communicating such information. Last December, Elon Musk, chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors, likewise used his personal Twitter account to report that his company had positive cash flow.

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Topics:  Blogging Platforms, Charitable Donations, Charitable Organizations, Congressional Investigations & Hearings, Employer Liability Issues, Hackers, SEC, Social Media, Social Media Policy, Twitter

Published In: General Business Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Nonprofits Updates, Privacy Updates, Securities Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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