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Threaded Tweets Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

by Adrian Dayton on

Have you ever gone on a Twitter rant? We’ve all been there. You have too much to say and it won’t condense nicely into a single tweet....more

[Webinar] Social Media and the Aviation Industry: Moving at the Speed of Light: March 7, 1:00pm ET

by LeClairRyan on

In this unique webinar, part of LeClairRyan’s Aviation Symposium Webinar Series, the national law firm’s aviation team will focus on the risks, reward, upsides and downsides of social media and how it is affecting the...more

What Facebook’s Big Changes Mean for Employee Advocacy

by Adrian Dayton on

On January 11th, Facebook released the first of many changes to its news feed algorithm in an effort to prioritize personal content over advertising and articles. Over the next few weeks, Facebook’s news feed will start...more

Best Times to Post on LinkedIn

by Adrian Dayton on

In the nature of good, better, best; it is good to post to social media, it is better to share relevant and timely content, and it is best to do the latter all while sharing at the most high traffic times of the day! There is...more

Privacy Tip #125 – Check + Set LinkedIn Privacy Settings

It is well known that hackers and fraudsters surf Facebook to find individuals who have not protected their information through Facebook’s privacy settings. People put a lot of information on Facebook that is very personal...more

Europe: Can new “hate speech” legislation set the mould for the Copyright Directive?

by Hogan Lovells on

The phenomenon of so-called “Hate Speech” has been in the public eye for a while now, but particularly in German news. Hate speech denotes verbal attacks and accusations based on personal attributes such as race, religion,...more

Top 5 ways to destroy your firm’s credibility with social media

by Adrian Dayton on

Sometimes being the best is just too darn exhausting. So, here are five easy ways to help your company go down in flames....more

The Constitutionality of Criminalizing False Speech Made on Social Networking Sites in a Post-Alvarez, Social Media-Obsessed World

by WilmerHale on

The emergence of social media led to profound changes in the way we interact with technology and each other. Every day — often without thinking — we use social media platforms for myriad purposes, including to keep family and...more

About that Dodge Super Bowl Ad

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

Did you catch that Dodge commercial everyone is talking about with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. voiceover? Many viewers took to Twitter last night to express their belief that the use of the speech to sell trucks was...more

How New EU Data Privacy Rules May Apply to Your U.S. Business

by Taylor English Duma LLP on

If you use any online services such as Facebook or Google, you may have seen new tools and products relating to your account privacy settings recently, along with a tweak to privacy policies and terms of use....more

10 more reasons for your firm to start an employee advocacy program

by Adrian Dayton on

The buzz word lately when it comes to employee engagement in social media is “employee advocacy.” The term employee advocacy is fairly self-explanatory, turning members of your team into advocates for your company and brand. ...more

Help Wanted: How Your Online Job Advertisements Could Be Considered Age Discrimination

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

More and more employers are seeking employees on the internet through targeted advertisements on Facebook. Employers can target these advertisements to certain users based on age, location, interests, experience, among other...more

Using GIFs and Pictures to Spice Up Your Content

by Adrian Dayton on

While there is a bit of controversy as to who was the first person to philosophize that a picture is worth 1,000 words, there is little doubt they were correct. Nowhere is that more evident than in today’s tech-savvy world,...more

Twitter Flying Too Close to TWIT Mark With Video Content

Twitter, the social media giant, is being sued by its internet cousin, TWiT. TWiT, which initially stood for This Week in Tech, is a netcast network providing audio and video tech-related content. TWiT owns the registered...more

CAS Legal Mailbag Question of the Week – January, 2018 #2

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Dear Legal Mailbag: As the principal of a medium-size high school, I am responsible for investigating and acting on bullying claims. Last week, two sophomore girls came to me to report that a senior male student had been...more

There’s Hope For LinkedIn Groups … I Hope!

by Nancy Myrland on

In case you haven’t heard what is happening with groups on LinkedIn, let me bring you up to speed. Here is a recording I recorded live on Facebook that will explain everything I know so far. Don’t forget to turn on the volume...more

Mark Zuckerberg Announces Major News Feed Changes

by Nancy Myrland on

If your Facebook News Feed has historically been dominated by updates from brands, businesses, and news media, get ready for a major shift. Starting right away, you will begin seeing updates mostly from friends and family....more

5 Ways to Make Your Tax Reform Alert the One People Read

by Adrian Dayton on

Last week I trained lawyers and accountants in five different cities on LinkedIn and blogging, and everywhere across the United States there was one opportunity on everybody’s chapped lips: tax reform. Everybody is talking...more

What can your firm learn from the 50 most read topics of 2017?

by Adrian Dayton on

Don’t spin your wheels in 2018, make this the year you dial in your content strategy. So how do you choose what to right about? Don’t just go with your gut, follow the data. What do your customers really care about? I always...more

Building a case for employee advocacy: a basic overview

by Adrian Dayton on

Marketing, in the broadest (unofficial) definition of the word, is the facet of a business that involves amplifying a message across a channel to reach a target audience. Employee advocacy is a relatively new form of...more

Top 3 Takeaways from Dayton’s Social Media Masterclass

by Adrian Dayton on

On December 12, 2017 Adrian Dayton hosted his first ever Social Media Master Class. This master class was aimed toward taking the top 10% of all social media users and turning them into elite social media users. It meant for...more

Harnessing hidden advertising: Pitfalls of engaging consumers on social media

by DLA Piper on

In the May 2017 special edition of Law à la Mode (Issue 23), we set out five tips for navigating native advertising with a view to FTC compliance under US law. In this edition, we reconsider the issue from the angle of EU...more

Insta-worthy or Insta-infringement

by DLA Piper on

Today’s means of communication is ever more dependent on social media. Whether you’re an individual, a onewoman shop, a fortune-500 company, or even the President of the United States, social media is the fastest and easiest...more

German regulator alleges abuse of dominance by Facebook over data usage policies

by Bryan Cave on

On 19 December 2017, the German Federal Cartel Office (FCO), issued a press release alleging that Facebook had abused its dominant position on the market for social networks in Germany. It specifically alleges that it...more

How to Throw a Festive Law Firm Holiday Party

by Knapp Marketing on

Lawyers are a competitive bunch. For these minds, mulling around the mulled cider does not a stimulating holiday party make. So this holiday season, we treated our law firm clients to some Christmas-themed legal debates on...more

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