Welcome to our weekly recap of stories relating to Social Media and the Law. This was a busy week for Social Media – Kennesaw State University in GA, hosted its annual Social Media Integration Conference – and so much more like insider trading. What are your thoughts on using social media to save a convicted criminal from execution or how would you change the Children’s Online Privacy Protection rule?
These are some of the articles, reports, posts, etc. that caught our attention this week. We originally send them out through our twitter account @law2smdeborah, so follow us to get them as we find them. But many of them are such great resources we don’t want you to miss them, so we’ve decided to put them as a weekly recap. The links will take you to their original sources, whether Mashable, Lexology, and/or others. Enjoy and let us know some of the stories you’ve found interesting this week. Just share in the comments below. Have a great week!
- Bullying Law Puts New Jersey Schools on Spot: http://nyti.ms/pNDRoH
- law2sm.com/smiatl-recap-s… bit.ly/r57s0U lnkd.in/SGt-iX
- #SMIATL Recap bit.ly/r57s0U
- Columbia Professor Is Linked to Insider Trading Case: nyti.ms/qhjZs2
- Digital Age Drives Rally to Save Troy Davis From Execution: nyti.ms/qeJ5g4
- How Would You Change the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule? mashable.com/2011/09/16/ftc… via @mashable
- Reaching out: How law enforcement uses social media: Several law enforcement agencies in Alamance… bit.ly/pfVJy4 @sardarlawfirm
- Facebook Parody Case lexology.com/library/detail…
- Seduced: For Lawyers, the Appeal of Social Media Is Obvious. It’s Also Dangerous – ABA Journal j.mp/fQen3U
- Tweaked famous quotes? Illegal or just paraphrasing? What r ur thoughts? lnkd.in/MG-tjV
- nyti.ms/rmyrYT Should it be illegal to change someone else’s words – or is this just paraphrasing & no harm done. Ur thoughts?
- Evolving Legal Landscape of Employee Social Media Policies | GROWMAP.COM http://ow.ly/6k60E
- @Intel‘s Social Media Guidelines – bradh.us/nAm8qG #SocialFresh
- “You are what you tweet” – our latest blog on the legal dangers of using social media