Legal Implications of Social Media
NCSL 2013 Legislative Summit: Aug. 15, 2013
- Representative Brian Patrick Kennedy, Rhode Island
- Ryan Garcia, University of Texas School of Law, and Social Media Attorney, Dell, Texas
- Murray Weed, Carl Vinson Institute of Government, Georgia
Social media has blurred the lines between professional and personal lives, and is creating new legal questions inside and outside of the workplace. Hear about emerging issues raised by social media, including information about social media policies and state laws protecting the privacy of employee passwords. You'll come away with best practices and guidelines for using social media.
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