Legal issues of social media

Venue: Holborn Bars

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Mar 24, 2010
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Millions of people around the globe use social media yet many users are unaware of the unique legal issues surrounding this new communication tool. Whether using this for business or pleasure, not understanding the legal issues could cause problems for you and your organisation in the future.

Whether you are a lone blogger or part of a corporation, this course will give you an overview of the main areas of UK law that affect social media, help you spot problems and give you practical advice on putting preventative measures and policies in place.

This course is designed for anyone using or thinking about using social media, including:

Business intelligence, business systems

Change management

Collaboration / collaborative systems

Corporate/internal communications

IT, online, new media, ebusiness, elearning

HR, ICT, information


Knowledge management, information management


Library services

Performance, operations, project / programme, portals, psl, shared-services


Masterclass leader: Kathryn Corrick

Kathryn is an independent digital media communications consultant and strategist with over ten years experience in digital and social media. She combines her knowledge of online publishing, marketing and the creative industries with an understanding of trends, business, emerging technologies and public policy. Her clients include McCann Erickson, to online social business Horses Mouth.