In this episode, we cover our review of social media and technology legal news and talk about the the important issue of copyright when it comes to social media communications.
I am joined by employment and social media lawyer Kevin Poulter and we share practical advice you can use in your organisation.
Note: due to unforseen personal circumstances this episode was not posted at the time of recording so some of the news are a from several weeks ago.
Talking Social Business Episode 011 Show Notes
00:00 Introduction to this episode
00:59 Social media news to pay attention to
08:44 An employee is dismissed after posting they were taking drugs while in company uniform and posted this to Snapchat
14:25 A teen is caught sharing content on Snapchat when driving
21:45 Essential copyright tips for social media communications
64:25 How to get in contact with us
65:52 A simple tool to watermark your images
69:30 How to leave your feedback and suggestions
71:01 Show ends
Resources Referred To In This Episode
The unfair dismissal case about the employee who posted to Snapchat when wearing a work t-shirt while using cocaine can be found here
The story about the teenager being sued for posting on Snapchat using the speed filter having been in a car crash is here
The duration for copyright protection in Ireland can be found here
The duration of copyright protection in the UK can be found here
Intellectual property and copyright law in the UK resources can be found here
Exceptions to copyright in the UK can be found here
An introduction to copyright for live streaming – access the article here
A recent legal case in the EU relating to the fact that a hyperlink to a website which published photos without authorisation, does not in itself constitute copyright infringement can be found here and here
Could children sue their parents for the posts they share on social media is covered in this article
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