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Social Media Law Power Point

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA AND YOUR COMPANY BY: TRAVIS CRABTREE AUGUST 4, 2010 www.emedialaw.com BROWN BAG WEBINAR SERIES www.lrmlaw.com © 2010 Looper Reed & McGraw, P.C. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  2. 2. What is Social Media? Media for social interaction, using highly accessible and scalable publishing techniques using web- based technologies to transform and broadcast media monologues into social media dialogues.
  3. 3. WHY?
  4. 4. Putting Out Your Message The Communications Decency Act
  5. 5. Putting Out Your Message CDA-Section 230
  6. 6. Putting Out Your Message Immunity [i] whether Defendant is a provider of an interactive computer service; [ii] if the postings at issue are information provided by another information content provider; and [iii] whether Plaintiff’s claims seek to treat Defendant as a publisher or speaker of third party content. CDA-Section 230
  7. 7. Putting Out Your Message The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
  8. 8. Putting Out Your Message To qualify for the safe harbor protection, the site must: (1) notify the customers of its policy; (2) follow proper notice and takedown procedures; (3) designate a copyright agent with the U.S. Copyright Office; and (4) not have knowledge that the material or activity is infringing or of the fact that the infringing material exists on its network The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
  9. 9. Putting Out Your Message
  10. 10. Managing Your Message
  11. 11. Managing Your Message
  12. 12. Managing Your Message To force sites to unmask anonymity online: (1)Doe made a defamatory statement; (2)the statement was concerning Plaintiff; (3)the statement was published; (4)others would understand the statement to be defamatory; (5)the statement was false; and (6)Doe made the statement with actual malice.
  13. 13. Managing Your Message The Streisand Effect
  14. 14. Putting Out Your Message
  15. 15. Putting Out Your Message
  16. 16. Putting Out Your Message
  17. 17. Managing Your Mobile Message
  18. 18. Managing Your Mobile Message
  19. 19. Social Media and H.R.
  20. 20. Social Media and H.R. •Race • Ethnicity • Gender • Age • Religion • Disability • National Origin • Sexual Preference*
  21. 21. Social Media and H.R. •Invasion of Privacy • Discrimination • FCRA • Defamation • Violating the Terms of Service
  22. 22. Social Media and H.R. INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM FACEBOOK PROFILES •ORGANIZATIONS •RELATIONSHIP STATUS •POLITICAL VIEWS •RELIGIOUS VIEWS •FRIENDS •ACTIVITIES •INTERESTS •PHOTOS
  23. 23. Social Media and H.R. I went out and had to get F****** drunk off my Rode up the elevator this morning with the hottie A**- Slugg’in through the work day today. from accounting-I think she totally digs me!!!! Looking forward to heading to Bible Study BIG NEWS!! We just found out we’re having tonight, good times with good people. twins a boy and a girl!!
  24. 24. Social Media and H.R.
  25. 25. Social Media and H.R. Balance: Employer Right to Know vs. Employee Privacy and Freedom of Expression
  26. 26. Social Media and H.R.
  27. 27. SOCIAL MEDIA AND YOUR COMPANY BY: TRAVIS CRABTREE 713-986-7000 TCRABTREE@LRMLAW.COM Houston 1300 Post Oak Blvd Ste 2000, Houston, www.emedialaw.com TX 77056 www.lrmlaw.com Dallas 1600 Elm St. Ste 4600, Dallas, TX 75201 © 2010 Looper Reed & McGraw, P.C. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice

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