Do you struggle with what you (and your colleagues) can and should say, or how you should respond to situations using social media? In this presentation for the Nonprofit Technology Conference, we consider real-world situations, walk through five ethical frameworks you may use to resolve social media conundrums, and look at ways to integrate ethical considerations into your social media policies, training, and practices. This presentation also walks through the case study of Phonedog v. Kravitz, a case involving who owns Twitter followers, and social media policy do's, don'ts, and supporting resources.
This presentation was developed and presented at the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference by Debra Askanase (Community Organizer 2.0, National Brain Tumor Society), Farra Trompeter (Big Duck), Carly Leinheiser (Perlman and Perlman), and Ashley Lusk (Threespot). The presentation design was created by Threespot.
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