With the rise of social media platforms, the intersection of social media, and the law has become an increasingly important topic. In this presentation, we will discuss how social media has impacted areas such as advertising, defamation, copyright, content control, and ownership. We will examine current legal frameworks to understand the potential legal risks and consequences associated with social media use.
Franklin Chou, Nelson Mullins
Geof Vickers, Nelson Mullins
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Excellent. So much great material, I need to watch it again. Took 7 pages of notes. I practice in this area, but still felt the insights were very helpful.
Social media content creators own their content but do not own the data generated from the content.
I wish we could hear the questions from audience, or presenter should repeat the question for those who listen to later recording
Always useful to get updates in this rapidly developing area and the presenters kept it fresh.
Presenters were obviously very knowledgeable and I appreciated their referencing of recent events in the news. Very engaging!
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