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INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: Social Media in the City
Posted on 20 Oct 2011 by Tina George

Starts: Wednesday November 16, 2011, 09:00AM GMT Ends: Wednesday November 16, 2011, 12:30PM GMT Event Type: Training/Seminar Location: One America Square London... Read More

Testimony about the Impact of Social Media on Open Government
Posted on 14 May 2010 by Peter S. Vogel

I was honored to be asked by the Texas Senate to testify how Social Media impacts Open Government at a hearing on May 11, 2010 and you are welcome to read my Statement concerning Charge #13 for the Senate Affairs Committee: Study the Public Information... Read More

FTC Settlement - Twitter Barred for 20 Years From Misleading
Posted on 28 Jun 2010 by Peter S. Vogel

President-Elect Obama's Twitter account was hacked "offering his more than 150,000 followers a chance to win $500 in free gas." Twitter settled the FTC's charges "that it deceived consumers and put their privacy at risk by failing... Read More

Tags: Twitter , eCommerce , FTC

Feds Declare that Blogs and Social Networks are Public Meetings
Posted on 12 Apr 2010 by Peter S. Vogel

For purposes of dealing with web 2.0 the White House Memo released on April 7, 2010 about social media specifically states that "interactive meeting tools-including but not limited to public conference calls, webinars, blogs, discussion boards... Read More

Jump In! The Social Media Waters are Not (that) Cold
Posted on 15 Mar 2011 by Tami S Cunningham, JD

There's been so much press about Facebook privacy of late that it makes even the average Joe consider hitting the "Deactivate" link. As an attorney or anyone related to the legal industry, you may feel a greater degree of responsibility... Read More

Bing Now Offers Links from Search to Facebook & Twitter
Posted on 28 Feb 2011 by Peter S. Vogel

Microsoft's Bing search engine is trying desperately to keep up with Google and its approximate 70% of the US search market. Bing recently added links to Facebook and Twitter from search results with the hope that these Social Media links will... Read More

GPS Tracking Required Warrant
Posted on 12 Aug 2010 by Peter S. Vogel

A court recently ruled that the use of GPS tracking data in a drug distribution case violated the defendant's constitutional rights and the police needed a warrant. The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a brief in support of Antoine Jones that... Read More

Introducing the LexisNexis® Legal News app
Posted on 11 Feb 2011 by Tina George

LexisNexis® has worked with Newstex for several years to aggregate some of the best legal news, video, blog and twitter sources for the LexisNexis service. Now LexisNexis and Newstex have partnered to bring you the LexisNexis® Legal News app... Read More

  • Blog Post: Feds Declare that Blogs and Social Networks are Public Meetings

    For purposes of dealing with web 2.0 the White House Memo released on April 7, 2010 about social media specifically states that "interactive meeting tools-including but not limited to public conference calls, webinars, blogs, discussion boards, forums, message boards, chat sessions, social...
  • Blog Post: Testimony about the Impact of Social Media on Open Government

    I was honored to be asked by the Texas Senate to testify how Social Media impacts Open Government at a hearing on May 11, 2010 and you are welcome to read my Statement concerning Charge #13 for the Senate Affairs Committee: Study the Public Information (Open Records) Act and the Open Meetings...
  • Blog Post: FTC Settlement - Twitter Barred for 20 Years From Misleading

    President-Elect Obama's Twitter account was hacked "offering his more than 150,000 followers a chance to win $500 in free gas." Twitter settled the FTC's charges "that it deceived consumers and put their privacy at risk by failing to safeguard their personal information, marking...
  • Blog Post: GPS Tracking Required Warrant

    A court recently ruled that the use of GPS tracking data in a drug distribution case violated the defendant's constitutional rights and the police needed a warrant. The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a brief in support of Antoine Jones that his expectation of privacy was violated by the...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the LexisNexis® Legal News app

    LexisNexis® has worked with Newstex for several years to aggregate some of the best legal news, video, blog and twitter sources for the LexisNexis service. Now LexisNexis and Newstex have partnered to bring you the LexisNexis® Legal News app which will continuously update content feeds for...
  • Blog Post: Bing Now Offers Links from Search to Facebook & Twitter

    Microsoft's Bing search engine is trying desperately to keep up with Google and its approximate 70% of the US search market. Bing recently added links to Facebook and Twitter from search results with the hope that these Social Media links will impact search traffic. Since Microsoft does not have...
  • Blog Post: Jump In! The Social Media Waters are Not (that) Cold

    There's been so much press about Facebook privacy of late that it makes even the average Joe consider hitting the "Deactivate" link. As an attorney or anyone related to the legal industry, you may feel a greater degree of responsibility regarding what you post and tweet. In fact, the...
  • Blog Post: INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: Social Media in the City

    Starts: Wednesday November 16, 2011, 09:00AM GMT Ends: Wednesday November 16, 2011, 12:30PM GMT Event Type: Training/Seminar Location: One America Square London, GREATER LONDON GB Price: ...