Legal issues of social media - July
Venue: Holborn Bars
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Whether you are a lone blogger or part of a corporation, this course will give you an introductory 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.
About this Masterclass:
Whether you are a lone blogger or corporation this course will aim to give you an overview of the known main areas of UK law that affect social media, help you spot problems and give you practical advice in putting preventative measures and policies in place.
Who should attend:
CKO, CIO, CEO, Vice President / Directors / Deputy Directors / Global heads of / managers:
business intelligence / business systems / support, change management, collaboration / collaborative systems, content. Corporate communications / internal communications / online communications, editor, ebusiness, elearning, hr / human resources, ICT, information / information architect / governance / services/is / systems / technology/it / corporate information /, internet, intranet, know-how, knowledge management / information management / corporate knowledge / knowledge systems, learning / learning and development / organisational learning, marketing, new media, library services, online services, performance, operations, project / programme, portals, psl, shared-services, strategy, web / website
Kathryn Corrick 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.
As a consultant her clients have included large corporates, organisations, SMEs and start-ups from the likes of McCann Erickson and Handbag.com to online social businesses such as the mentoring site Horses Mouth. She is a visiting lecturer in online journalism at Westminster University and is a trainer in digital marketing.