In today's technology-focused age, commercial websites are ever more sophisticated and interactive, allowing customers to do far more than view and purchase a company's products. More and more businesses use social media outlets such as Facebook...
By Troutman Sanders
Part I of this post addressed the content that appears on your company website - both content you create or that was created for you and content generated by users of your website. Today, we will look at the various technologies...
Thursday, November 15, 2012 2 - 3:35 P.M. ET FREE CLE-Eligible Webinar! Earn 1.5 credit hours Panelists include:
Ronald Raether, Esq., of Faruki, Ireland & Cox P.L.L.
Peter Foster of Willis...
By Peter S. Vogel
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) refused to order a Social Media site to prevent the unlawful use of copyrighted works. In 2010 SABAM (Société Belge des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs ), the Belgian...
For much of 2012, it seemed just about every major issue confronting states and the federal government was put on hold in anticipation of the impending election. With that process finally over, lawmakers will settle in to try and solve a myriad of thorny...
By Robert Wice
Underwriter, Beazley Group
Behavioral marketing is an important part of the social media world because it is how the social media sites and other sites generate revenue.
These companies are using web application tracking technologies...
A few days ago (on March 30, 2010) the New Jersey Supreme Court handed down a decision that is certain to have significant implications in social media policy circles. In Stengart v Loving Care Agency (2010 N.J. LEXIS 241), Plaintiff Stengart, in anticipation...
PHILADELPHIA - (Mealey's) In a pair of orders issued April 9, the Third Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals agreed to rehear two cases en banc, both of which pertain
to students' in-school discipline for their online behavior that occurred off
By Robert G. Abrams, Gregory L. Baker, Alan M. Grimaldi, and Mark Andrew Klapow, Partners, Howrey LLP
Last week, a United States District Judge in New York approved the report and recommendation of a Magistrate Judge holding that a headhunter’s...
LexisNexis Communities is excited to announce the
availability of social media sign on which makes connecting to the LexisNexis
Communities a snap. New and existing Community
users can now sign into the Community sites using their favorite social media...
There is a time bomb in your company that you had better defuse. This is true whether you are employee or employer, because when it blows, both sides will be out lots of time and money, including plenty in attorney's fees. Not that we attorneys don't...
By Dylan McGuire
As the number of people using social media websites - such as Facebook ® , Twitter ® , blogs and more - grows exponentially, corporations are faced with a new set of challenges on how to effectively manage a new set of liabilities...
By Christina Bost Seaton
Over a year ago, our colleagues at the Information Intersection blog warned that employers should think twice before using websites such as Spokeo.com , which are aggregators of personal information collected from online sources...
By Timothy J. Bechen
As the growth of social media continues, there remains inherent conflicts between protecting the interests of the company and the rights of individuals using the various social media platforms.
A first area of concern is the...
By Kirsten Koepsel, Carey Lening and Ron Weikers
Most of us are well aware that savvy computer people can use social media sites like Facebook to obtain information that members don't want them to have, or to use it in ways the members would not...