Social media has graduated from passing fade to sound business strategy, but what are the legal implications involved in using social media and blogging in business? Do you have a social media policy that protects you from litigation? Who owns the content created in your social media account? Can you use social media to vet/hire employees? What risks does advertising in social media entail? How do I value my social media content? These questions, and more, will be answered by three of New York’s leading social media law experts. Don’t miss this learning opportunity to protect your company.
1. Don’t get PhoneDogged: Paul, Pedram and Dawn will outline why you need social media policy now and what your policy should address to help protect you from unwanted litigation.
2. No, you cannot read my FaceBook!: US law protects employees from discrimination, and if you use social media to screen your potential employees you may be discriminating. Learn what procedures you should have in place to protect your company from lawsuits resulting from a hiring process that uses social media.
3. Privacy is a myth: How privacy laws govern advertising in social media, what you can and cannot do.