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14 Dec 2012, 11:52 am by Tyson Snow
For those who don’t know, I am a big fan of JDSupra. The site offers thousands of articles on nearly every legal topic. Some articles are good, other articles are bad, and most are fairly short and straight to the … Continue reading →The post Social Media Policy Update (JDSupra) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
14 Dec 2012, 11:32 am by Tyson Snow
Another roundup of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands of stories on … Continue reading →The post This Week in Social Media News (12/14/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
30 Nov 2012, 9:50 pm by Tyson Snow
Here is your weekly roundup of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands … Continue reading →The post This Week in Social Media News (11/30/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
16 Nov 2012, 7:29 am by Tyson Snow
Here is your weekly roundup of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands … Continue reading ?The post This Week in Social Media News (11/16/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
2 Nov 2012, 10:22 am by Tyson Snow
Here is your weekly installment of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands … Continue reading ?The post This Week in Social Media News (11/2/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
9 Nov 2012, 8:49 am by Tyson Snow
Here is your weekly installment of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands … Continue reading ?The post This Week in Social Media News (11/9/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
1 Oct 2012, 12:57 pm by Tyson Snow
As I mentioned in prior posts [here and here and here and here], California was one of the first states to propose legislation that would protect applicants, employees, and students from having to disclose their social media passwords. We can now … Continue reading ?The post California’s Comprehensive Social Media Privacy Law appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
26 Oct 2012, 7:53 am by Tyson Snow
Here is your weekly installment of the Week in Social Media News–a summary of social media news from around the web. As always, the focus of these stories is social media legal news (as opposed to the tens of thousands … Continue reading ?The post This Week in Social Media News (10/26/12) appeared first on Social Media, Esq.™. [read post]
12 Jan 2012, 9:27 am
Disconnecting from social media may help one realize that there is more to life than Facebook posting, Tweeting, Google plussing, etc... On Wednesday January 4, 2012, I discussed some of these issues with Washington, DC's Fox 5 News morning Co-Anchor Tony Perkins.Disconnecting from Technology in 2012: MyFoxDC.comLife is more fun in the real world than in the virtual world.To learn more about these issues you may contact me at www.shearlaw.com.Copyright 2012 by the Law Office of Bradley S. Shear,… [read post]
22 Mar 2011, 9:49 am
Maryland's Division of Corrections (DOC) has suspended its policy that requested applicants "voluntarily" provide their Facebook user name and password as part of a background check. According to the Washington Post, the policy was approximately a year old.In general, I believe it may be an invasion of privacy for an employer to ask for your personal social media user names and passwords. However, there may be some positions where requesting a social media user name and password may be acceptable.… [read post]
4 Oct 2010, 4:50 pm by By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED
With a sale of Dealbreaker to the Observer Media Group potentially in the offing, blogs are in high demand from older media companies looking for unique editorial voices. [read post]
9 Jul 2011, 7:26 pm
I was recently contacted by Marcela Monroy, a fellow lawyer who is furthering her legal education by studying for a Master in Legal Sociology. As part of her studies, she has a created an "academic survey to explore the impact of social networks (forums, blogs, chats, message boards, etc) and the way people access legal information regarding any issue or injurious experience."I encourage everyone who reads this blog to take the survey. It takes a few minutes of your time and it will assist a fellow… [read post]
19 Jan 2012, 2:19 pm
Congress may weaken the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act because Netflix wants to build a Facebook application that may enable consumers to more easily share their movie choices and opinions. HR2471 may only benefit Netflix, Facebook, and third parties who may access the data. Netflix and Facebook users can already share their movie likes and dislikes online without any new legislation. Therefore, is there a reason to weaken a law that has protected the privacy of those living in the United States… [read post]
9 Mar 2010, 6:52 am by David Oxenford
  David Silverman participated on a panel discussing the legal aspects of social media at the Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference in Lansing, Michigan on March 3, 2010. His PowerPoint presentation focused on the risks and benefits of using Twitter, Facebook and other social media in the employment context, including use by broadcasters. There are a number of laws that impact both the protection and vulnerability of social media. The bottom line is that stations need to determine the extent to which… [read post]
21 Mar 2014, 6:15 am by By DAVID GELLES
Media General will pay $1.6 billion in a cash and stock for LIN Media, creating a company that will own 74 stations and reach 24 percent of the American market. [read post]
16 Mar 2012, 8:13 am by admin
On Tuesday March 20 @ 2:00 pm Central, I’ll be making a guest appearance on our next ManpowerGroup webinar, entitled Social Media and the Talent Landscape: What HR Needs to Know About Social Media. I’ll be providing some legal commentary, including tips on how to recruit using social media without going to jail and how to build the perfect social media policy. Hope you can join us! To register, click here. [read post]
18 Jan 2012, 5:58 pm
Having foresight and advising clients on how to successfully navigate potential legal risks is what lawyers are paid to do. On January 10, 2011, I made 10 social media law predictions for the year and nine of them have come true; the tenth one appears that it will be realized within the next couple of months. In no particular order, below are some of my social media law predictions for 2012:1) Social Media account ownership issues will increase. 2) State Legislatures and/or the courts in the… [read post]
23 May 2012, 3:11 am by Mark Toth
Lots and lots of folks are combing cyberspace searching for and/or screening out candidates as we speak. That means lots and lots of folks are creating legal liability for themselves and/or their companies as we speak. Last week, we gave you an overview of the laws that apply in the social media universe. Now here’s a handy guide to help those who use social media at any step in the hiring process. Hope you find this helpful. For more on social media and the law, here’s our handy starter kit. [read post]
2 Jan 2012, 1:00 pm
I have previously discussed Cleveland's prior misguided attempts to create ambiguous social media law. Cleveland has finally passed a law that may criminalize social media. This new ordinance (see page 25, sections 1392-11, 1393-11 and 1394-11) that allegedly is aimed at trying to curb flash mobs is very troubling and may create unanticipated problems that were not envisioned by its sponsors. Will Cleveland police officers during a Terry Stop and Frisk check to see if someone is carrying a digital… [read post]
6 Oct 2011, 9:11 am
Cleveland's City Council continues in its misguided attempt to create vague and unconstitutional social media criminal law. Cleveland's City Council is trying again to specifically criminalize the use of electronic media to create flash mobs.This past summer, Cleveland's City Council tried to regulate the use of social media and fortunately for the citizens of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson vetoed the flawed legislation. As I told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland should utilize its resources to… [read post]