Cyber law present

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Cyber law present

  1. 1. Week 11:Social MediaUnderstanding Social Media and CyberLaw
  2. 2. Ashley Donnell
  3. 3. Peter “Deuce” Bradshaw
  4. 4. Recommended Reading Social Media & Litigation: Wendy K. Akbar, Evidence That Bytes: E-Discovery in the Age of Hidden Data, Clouds, Facebook, Twitter, and the Digital Family, Journal of Internet Law, July 2011. Kali N. Bracey & Kelly D. Gardner, Two-Faced? Ethical Implications of the Use of Facebook as a Discovery Tool in Litigation, 28 The Computer & Internet Lawyer, December 2011. Jason H. Casell, To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Juror Use of Electronic Communications and Social Net working Tools, Journal of Internet Law, November 2011. Michelle Sherman, The Anatomy of a Trial with Social Media and the Internet, Journal of Internet Law, May 2011. Joshua N. Azriel, Using Social Media as a Weapon to Harm Victims: Recent Court Cases Show a Need to Amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, Journal of Internet Law, July 2011. Evan Brown, Internet Law in the Courts, Journal of Internet Law, January 2012. Facebook Settles FTC Charges Regarding Its Privacy Practices, 29 The Computer & Internet Lawyer, February 2012.
  5. 5. Recommended ReadingSocial Media & Privacy: Mary Madden, Privacy Management on Social Media Sites, Pew Research Center, February 2012.Social Media Advertising: Marc S. Roth & Kawana T. King, New Media, But Old Rules Still Apply: What Companies Engaging in Social Media Advertising Should Know, Computer Technology Law Report, 13 CTLR 104, February 2012.
  6. 6. Recommended Reading Social Media, The Practice of Law & Professional Responsibility: Dan Pinnington, Essential Dos and Don’ts for Twitter Users, Law Practice, March/April 2011. Guideposts For Lawyers Personal Use of Social Media, Law Practice March/April 2011. John Hellerman & Rudy Bur well, When to Engage (Or Not) in the Social Media Conversation, Law Practice, January/ February 2012. Jordan Furlong, Lawyers and Social Media: Can Legal Advice be Crowdsourced?, Law Practice January/February 2012. Simon Chester & Daniel Del Gobbo, How to Create a Law Firm Social Media Policy, Law Practice, January/February 2012. Simon Chester, Daniel Del Gobbo, Michele R.J. Allnote, Allison C. Shields, Daniel Schwartz & Ernest Svenson, Social Media Net working for Lawyers: A Practical Gide to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Blogging, Law Practice, January/ February 2012.
  7. 7. Recommended Reading Social Media Issues: Richard Raysman, A Practical Look at Social Media Policies, 29 The Computer & Internet Lawyer, March 2012. Jarred D. Correia, When is Too Much Information Really TMI? Law Practice, January/February 2012. Brian J. Winterfeldt, Building Your Brand Through Social Media, 29 The Computer & Internet Lawyer, February,2012. Maggie D. Mooney-Portale & Kevin S. Hennessy, The Government in Your Facebook: An Examination of Social Net working Sites and Florida’s Public Records Law, The Florida Bar Journal, May 2011.
  8. 8. I want tostart with a brief introduction to Twitter...
  9. 9. Twitter began as a“Micro-blogging” site in 2006
  10. 10. It limits usersto 140 Characters to express themselves
  11. 11. Users created alanguage to speak toeach other... Here are three Examples.
  12. 12. #Hashtag Noun or Phrasedesignating the topic of the Conversation
  13. 13. @At-ReplyA public replydirectly to one or more users
  14. 14. Retweet RT AmplificationAnother Person’sTweet, Similar toDirect Quatation
  15. 15. Ok... Now that we’ve got that done...
  16. 16. Use: #CLSeminar or Tweet to Me:@BradshawLawto discuss this topic
  17. 17. What types of Issues Arise in aDiscussion of Social Media and CyberLaw?
  18. 18. Information Branding and Advertising Free Speech Rights OverloadIntellectual Privacy Property SOCIALSocial Media MEDIA Regulation v. Innovation Policies New Media Juries v. Professional Old Media Responsibility
  19. 19. Social Mediaand the Courts
  20. 20. Under the Federal Rules of Evidence, evidence inEvidence a trial must be “Reliable and Relevant”
  21. 21. Judges have to be careful in what they post onThe Courts Social Media and who they’re interacting with
  22. 22. Social Media is particularlyimportant in thecontext of Jurors
  23. 23. In Florida, JurorPanels are typically 6 or 12 members
  24. 24. These jurors must be“fair and impartial”
  25. 25. Social Media canunfairly taint a jurors’ ability to be “fair and impartial”
  26. 26. From the moment a potential juror gets asummons, there are a variety of issues that can arise
  27. 27. Sequestration Non-Disclosure Requests for Help
  28. 28. Does SocialMedia threaten jury trials?
  29. 29. Social Media& ProfessionalResponsibility
  30. 30. Social Media and Professional Responsibility
  31. 31. It’s easy to be over whelmed by thevariety of issues that can (and do) arise
  32. 32. Issues arise notonly for lawyers, but also for the typical user
  33. 33. Copyright
  34. 34. Copyright begins atthe moment an idea is fixed in a tangible medium
  35. 35. That doesn’t changeeven when the medium isn’t quite tangible --rather when it’s digital
  36. 36. Owners have EXCLUSIVE rights to distribute,display and perform their works While the rightsremain the same...
  37. 37. Owners have EXCLUSIVE rights to distribute,display and perform their works While the rightsremain the same...
  38. 38. TheEXPECTATIONSof Internet Users have changed
  39. 39. Showcase InteractDrive Traffic Goods with Buyers
  40. 40. So... this frames afew issues that webrought up earlier...
  41. 41. Regulation v.Innovation
  42. 42. People v.Processes
  43. 43. Branding &Intellectual Property
  44. 44. We’ve talked about users generally, butwhat about companies?
  45. 45. Social Media Policies
  46. 46. What we’rereally talkingabout here is BUSINESS...
  47. 47. ...and how employee (or even employer) behavior on the web affects BUSINESS
  48. 48. There is noone-size fits all SoMe Policy
  49. 49. Next Wave with GaryVideo Vaynerchuk: You Fib, You Fail http:/ - May 04, 2011 - /www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-SbnKLYYyQ
  50. 50. SoMe Policieshave a variety of goals
  51. 51. }Embrace Human Values Create Brand Value Engage Users Respect DissentMindful of Company & Consumer Culture
  52. 52. } Protect the Brand Clear Penalties for Misconduct Clear Objectives Control the Conversation Make Money
  53. 53. Pro te c t t h e Br a n d C le a r Pe n a lt ie s f o r C le a r Obje } c t i ve s C o n t ro l t h eC o n ve rs at io n M a k e Mo ne yBalancing Act Em b rac e H u man C re a te Br a n d V a lue Eng age Us e r s Re s p e c t D is se n t Mi ndf ul o f Co mp any
  54. 54. While THE BUSINESS is always the mostimportant aspect, we have to remember that “people do business with people that they like”
  55. 55. Gary Vaynerchuk Teaches Basic Social MediaVideo Principles to CNN http:/ - May 16, 2009 - /www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNM9kA1bSHk
  56. 56. Behind the Brand--Gary Vaynerchuk:Video Why the people in the middle are in trouble - June 10, 2011 - http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=i1pLRSKETaU&feature=related
  57. 57. Behind the Brand-- Gary Vaynerchuk: Why mediaVideo mix matters - June 10, 2011 - http:/ /www.youtube.com/watch? v=OxmkQiG82z8&feature=related
  58. 58. So, it seems that Social Media hasn’traised NEW issues, but rather it’s become a connecting point for all of these issues
  59. 59. Information Branding and Advertising Free Speech Rights OverloadIntellectual Privacy Property SOCIALSocial Media MEDIA Regulation v. Innovation Policies New Media Juries v. Professional Old Media Responsibility
  60. 60. Photo Citations Keynote Theme: Slide 26 http://www.keynotezone.com/themes/comics/ Juror Summons - Lee Bennett index.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/leebennett/ 2740356506/sizes/o/in/photostream/ People Vector Images Sidath; adstudio.biz Slide 27People Vector Image: http://vector4free.com/search/? Sequestered: Kat Braybrooke the_sand_is_neon q=people http://www.flickr.com/photos/neon_lobster/ 3807560454/ Slide 20 Crime Scene: Brandon Anderson, Null Value, Slide 27 http://www.flickr.com/photos/nullvalue/ Confidential: MichaelMKenny 4188517246/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelmkenny/ 5399118081/sizes/o/in/photostream/ Slide 21 Court House: Gabriel White Slide 27 http://www.flickr.com/photos/zoomzoom/ Helping Hand: GrowWear 302475143/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/growwear/ 4695020138/sizes/l/in/photostream/ Slide 23 Jury Panel - cali.org Slide 39http://www.flickr.com/photos/caliorg/6882839119/ Pinterest Logo: sizes/o/in/photostream/ http://pinterest.com/about/goodies/
  61. 61. Photo Citations Slide 41 Article Pinterest Infringement: http://greekgeek.hubpages.com/hub/Is-Pinterest-a- Haven-for-Copyright-Violations Slide 42 Also... Drive Traffic - PMC 1stPix http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 1stpix_diecast_dioramas/4082406463/sizes/l/in/ photostream/ All photos for this project Slide 42 were found on Flickr.com. Converse - Aaron "tango" Tang hahatango http:/ www.flickr.com/photos/hahatango/458978912/ / I do not have, nor do I claim to sizes/o/in/photostream/ have any rights to use these Slide 42 photos beyond those given by Interact Users - Kate Tomlinson http://www.flickr.com/photos/katetomlinson/2893195329/ their respective licenses. sizes/o/in/photostream/

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