San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
For our next event, we have a great talk about "The Sleazy Trends of Social Media – What is Legal and Ethical behaviour on Social Media?"
Social media has revolutionized the world, and the ways in which we all communicate. Yet no 'instruction book' exists to tell people how to behave - ethically and legally - on social media.
From teenage boys victimising their female classmates, to Mark Zuckerberg being criticised and put under pressure to explain why the ‘napalm girl’ photograph from Vietnam War was censored on Facebook, to global brands using your information without your consent...every day another story demonstrates the power (and potential abuses of power) of social media. Lord Acton said "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely"...what would he have said about the power of social media?
This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of your legal and ethical responsibilities in social media. Whether you are a freelancer, work for a large firm, or look after your clients, this course is a must if you are serious about social media.
HEATHER PORTER, Co-founder of Autopilot your Business, since 2010, #1 Amazon bestseller, co-author of 4 business books, and host of That Social Media Show on the BRiN App
TRACY LU, a lawyer in the Intellectual Property team at Allens, Tracy’s practice covers both the commercial and litigious aspects of IP including, in particular, brand protection/anti-counterfeiting, privacy, advertising, trade promotions and patent litigation.
TIM WELSH, Director of Social Media at Event Hospitality & Entertainment Limited.
PETER CARR, Director Australian Apps, and President of the Australian Social Media Association.
The event is a free event. The King Street Brewhouse (formerly James Squire's Tavern) offers an amazing selection of food and drinks and a relaxed atmosphere perfect for conversation! You are welcome to invite friends and colleagues.
We look forward to seeing you on the night
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