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xii, 282 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Introduction
  • Employees and social media / Natasha B. Dorsey and Thomas M. White
  • Social media governance / Adam Nadelhaft and Patrick Kyhos
  • Best practices for social media management / John Isaza
  • Cybersecurity and risk / Paul Lanois, Patrick Kyhos, and Dan Klein
  • Ownership issues : the social conundrum of who owns what / Martha Lessman Katz & Sara Beth A.R. Kohut
  • Intellectual property issues in social media / Paul H. Beattie & Melinda (Mindy) M. Morton
  • Defamation, discovery of sources, and fake news / Melinda (Mindy) M. Morton, Jamie Quient, Jospeh Rosenbaum, Valerie Surgenor, and Scott L. Malouf
  • Lawyer ethics considerations and admissibility issues / Brad Blanchard, Jerry Cohen, Margaret (Molly) Dibianca, Duris Holmes, and Jamie D. Quient
  • UK & European social media legislation / Valerie Surgenor (with Rebecca Cox and Melissa Hendrie)
  • Canadian social media legislation and other specific matters / David Ma and Imran Ahmad
  • Australian and Asian social media legislation and other specific matters / Q. Scott Kaye and Sajai Singh.
"This handbook deals with social media laws and related governance principally in the United States (including a separate chapter on records management within the context of social media), while providing the reader with ample coverage of key global regions, including Canada, the European Union, Australia, and Asia."-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
xix, 421 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Why social media law matters
  • Platform terms and conditions
  • Marketing and promotions
  • Employment
  • Law of the crowd
  • Content, copyright, license
  • Privacy
  • Torts
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Litigation
  • Ethics
  • Judges.
Social media has transformed how the world communicates. Its impact has been felt in every corner of our society including the law. Social Media Law in a Nutshell is a wide-ranging look of how the social media transformation has impacted various legal fields. From marketing to employment to torts to criminal law to copyright and beyond, virtually every legal field has been changed by social media. By looking at high level concerns and example cases, Social Media Law in a Nutshell attempts to give practitioners exposure to social media issues and concerns so they can better advise clients and approach the new social media world with their legal eyes opened to new and old risks alike. This book can also serve as a text for law professors looking to expose law students to the burgeoning area of Social Media Law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634593540 20170717
Law Library (Crown)
x, 815 pages ; 26 cm
Social Media Law examines social and new media issues through the lens of law and policy. With the recent explosion in social networking and the use of social media and new media, it is essential for attorneys and law students to understand the trends in these new platforms when advising clients of the potential risks and pitfalls of social media and social networking use. In six comprehensive sections-copyright and fair use, freedom of speech, business law, in the courtroom, privacy, and cybercrime-Social Media Law addresses the current and pressing issues in this dynamic area of law. If you are even remotely involved or interested in the legalities of social media you need this exhaustive textbook!.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781627223423 20160612
Law Library (Crown)
xviii, 254 pages ; 23 cm
  • When J.D. means "just don't" know, digital competence is essential
  • The "duty to Google" : representing clients in the digital age
  • You posted what? : advising your client about social media
  • Social sleuthing and discovery
  • Digital hide-and-seek? : preservation and spoliation of evidence
  • Juror, juror on the (social media) wall, who's the fairest of them all?
  • Through the prosecutorial looking glass : prosecutors, ethics, and social media
  • "Friends" with no benefits? : judges, legal ethics, and social media
  • Cover your digital assets! : social media's impact on the transactional lawyer
  • Attorney advertising in an age of LinkedIn, Twitter and blogs
  • They said what about me? : ethically filtering your response to a negative online review
  • Selfie sabotage? : lawyers are human, too!
  • The once and future lawyer : digital defender and client's keeper?
Law Library (Crown)
xxvii, 206 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction. Social media platforms. Social media defined and classified
  • Individuals. Crime victims
  • Virtual deputies
  • Criminal defendants
  • Jurors
  • Law enforcement. Community relations
  • Prevention, apprehension, and investigation
  • Attorneys. Obtaining social media information
  • Using social media
  • Ethical implications of using and obtaining social media
  • Judges. Personal use and ethics
  • Inside the courtroom
  • Admitting social media into evidence
  • Conclusion.
While social media has become embedded in our society as a way to stay connected with friends, it serves another important purpose: to support the prosecution and defense of criminal cases. Social media is now used as proof of a crime; further, social media has become a vehicle for criminal activity. How should the law respond to the issue of online predators, stalkers, and identity thieves? This book comprehensively examines the complex impacts of social media on the major players in the criminal justice system: private citizens, attorneys, law enforcement officials, and judges. It outlines the many ways social media affects the judicial process, citing numerous example cases that demonstrate the legal challenges; and examines the issue from all sides, including law enforcement's role, citizens' privacy issues, and the principles of the Fourth Amendment. The author also shines a critical spotlight on how social media has enabled new types of investigations previously unimagined-some of which present ethical problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781440830051 20160616
Law Library (Crown)
Law Library (Crown)
1 v. (various pagings) : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction to social media
  • Copyright issues and social media
  • Free speech, the Communications Decency Act, and social media
  • Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and social media
  • Privacy and social media
  • Employment law and social media
  • CAN-SPAM Act, Stored Communications Act
  • State law survey of cyberbullying, cyberharassment, and cyberstalking laws
  • Trademark and domain name issues and social media
  • Social media and political change
  • Understanding Answerbag
  • Understanding Digg
  • Understanding Facebook
  • Understanding Itsasickness
  • Understanding LinkedIn
  • Understanding LiveJournal
  • Understanding Martindale.com
  • Understanding Multiply
  • Understanding MySpace
  • Understanding Ning
  • Understanding omg!
  • Understanding Orkut
  • Understanding Quepasa.com
  • Understanding Sulekha.com
  • Understanding Twitter
  • Understanding YouTube.
Law Library (Crown)
vii, 128 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction : What is LinkedIn, why so many lawyers use it, and why you should too
  • Setting up an account : choosing between basic and premium account options
  • Completing your basic profile
  • Creating a robust, dynamic profile
  • Getting started with connections
  • Making even more connections
  • Using LinkedIn search
  • Participating on LinkedIn using updates and groups
  • Benefiting from LinkedIn answers and recommendations
  • Monitoring your network
  • Optimizing your network
  • Conclusion: Developing a simple LinkedIn strategy and three action steps
  • Ethical considerations
  • Using LinkedIn in the hiring process
  • LinkedIn apps
  • Company pages
  • Advanced search techniques
  • Sixty LinkedIn tips.
Law Library (Crown)
volumes ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 283 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface / Daxton R. "Chip" Stewart
  • New boundaries of free speech in social media / Jennifer Jacobs Henderson
  • Defamation / Derigan Silver
  • Privacy and terms of use / Woodrow Hartzog
  • Intellectual property / Kathleen K. Olson
  • Commercial speech in a social space / Courtney Barclay
  • Account ownership and control / Jasmine McNealy
  • Government information and leaks / David Cuillier
  • Student speech / Dan V. Kozlowski
  • Obscenity, revenge pornography, and cyberbullying / Amy Kristin Sanders
  • Social media use in courtrooms / Cathy Packer
  • Social media policies for journalists / Daxton R. Stewart
  • Social media policies for advertising and public relations / Holly Kathleen Hall
  • The future of discourse in online spaces / Jared Schroeder.
Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat allow users to connect with one another and share information with the click of a mouse or a tap on a touchscreen-and have become vital tools for professionals in the news and strategic communication fields. But as rapidly as these services have grown in popularity, their legal ramifications aren't widely understood. To what extent do communicators put themselves at risk for defamation and privacy lawsuits when they use these tools, and what rights do communicators have when other users talk about them on social networks? How can an entity maintain control of intellectual property issues-such as posting copyrighted videos and photographs-consistent with the developing law in this area? How and when can journalists and publicists use these tools to do their jobs without endangering their employers or clients? Including two new chapters that examine First Amendment issues and ownership of social media accounts and content, ã Social Media and the Law brings together thirteen media law scholars to address these questions and more, including current issues like copyright, online impersonation, anonymity, cyberbullying, sexting, and live streaming. Students and professional communicators alike need to be aware of laws relating to defamation, privacy, intellectual property, and government regulation-and this guidebook is here to help them navigate the tricky legal terrain of social media.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138695771 20180306
Law Library (Crown)
xxxiv, 407 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Einleitung
  • Grundlagen
  • Interessenanalyse
  • Deutschland
  • USA
  • Chancen von Interoperabilität
  • Formeller Rahmen transatlantischer Standards für Profile Sozialer Netzwerke
  • Inhalt transatlantischer Standards für Socialer Netzwerke
  • Schlussbetrachtungen.
Law Library (Crown)
11 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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