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In this presentation:
- Social Media – Everywhere
- How Does Social Media Work for You?
- When Social Media Works against You
- Laws – Evolving
- Intellectual Property:...more
In February of 2009, a Wisconsin medical center fired several nurses after they electronically posted patient x-rays to their Facebook page, revealing the presence of a potentially embarrassing foreign object. As a result,...more
A recently-surfaced Advice Memorandum from the National Labor Board’s (NLRB’s) Office of the General Counsel opined that an employer social media policy prohibiting employees from photographing or video recording the...more
Your company just hosted a successful public event — perhaps a fundraiser for a local charity. Now that the event is over, all that remains is to post photos from the event on your company’s Facebook page. Right?...more
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues its scrutiny of social media policies....more
As a follow-up to our earlier post about Revoking an “Implied” Software License, this interesting US case (Davis v. Tampa Bay Arena Ltd.) deals with the use of photographs on Facebook postings....more
No more piles of torn magazine pages or envelopes full of paint chips. Bookmarking sites like Pinterest, Manteresting or Pixcited let us post images of things we like in a neat digital format. Like most other social media...more
Originally published in The Journal Record - March 14, 2013.
Your company just hosted a successful public event, perhaps a fundraiser for a local charity. The event is over, and all that remains is to post photos from...more
Overview: After posting an evidence photo on the department’s Facebook page but not logging it as evidence in the case file -- thereby excluding critical evidence in a trial -- the Fresno Police Department* revised its...more
This recent US copyright decision involving Agence France Presse (AFP) and photographer Daniel Morel dealt with the rights of a news publisher to publish images posted to Twitter....more
A former lingerie model turned high school guidance counselor has sued the New York City Department of Education (“DOE”) for discrimination and wrongful termination after being fired when Internet photos surfaced of the...more