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This must-have resource provides a framework to help you understand important questions in this rapidly-evolving area of law. It covers the impact of various laws on social media, such as copyright and communications, to aid the creation of social media policies.
Designed to provide an appreciation for the various issues raised by social media, this publication presents practical insight into the specific ways that certain platforms address those issues. The fairly broad scope of issues and platforms will serve as a starting point for research and also for the "quick answers" to recurring questions raised by clients.
Written for the busy practitioner, chapters contain Practice Notes setting out important take-aways and practical implications. This indispensable practice aid covers the following critical issues and includes these features:
• A chapter addressing copyright issues and social media, including sample DMCA implementation procedures
• A chapter addressing the safe harbor provision, discussing practical implications of the safe harbor provision in the social media context
• A chapter on trademark issues and social media, serving as a brief introduction to the law of trademarks and domain names so that the reader can more fully appreciate the trademark policies published by the social media platforms discussed later in the treatise
• A chapter on employment issues and social media, providing an overview of employment cases that have examined issues relating to employee social networking. The chapter includes sample policy statements to provide guidance on employee use of social networking sites
• A chapter summarizing state by state cyberbullying, cyberharassment and cyberstalking laws
• 16 chapters on all the major and rising social media websites
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Social Media
Chapter 2: Copyright Issues and Social Media
Chapter 3: Free Speech, The Communications Decency Act, and Social Media
Chapter 4: Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and Social Media
Chapter 5: Privacy and Social Media
Chapter 6: Employment Law and Social Media
Chapter 7: CAN-SPAM Act, Stored Communications Act
Chapter 8: State Law Survey of Cyberbullying, Cyberharassment, and Cyberstalking Laws
Chapter 9: Trademark and Domain Name Issues and Social Media
Chapter 10: Social Media and Political Change
Chapter 11: Social Media as Evidence
Chapter 12: Proposed Social Media Username Dispute Mechanism
Chapter 13 State Law Survey of Revenge Porn Laws
Chapters 14-18: Reserved
Chapter 19: Interesting Emerging Social Media Platforms
Chapter 20: Significant Defunct Social Media Platforms
Chapter 21: Understanding Answerbag
Chapter 22: Understanding Digg
Chapter 23: Understanding Facebook
Chapter 24: Understanding Google+
Chapter 25: Understanding Instagram
Chapter 26: Understanding LinkedIn
Chapter 27: Understanding LiveJournal
Chapter 28: Understanding Martindale.com
Chapter 29: Reserved
Chapter 30: Understanding MySpace
Chapter 31: Understanding Ning
Chapter 32-33: Reserved
Chapter 34: Understanding Pinterest
Chapter 35: Reserved
Chapter 36: Understanding Sulekha.com
Chapter 37: Understanding Twitter
Chapter 38: Understanding Youtube
Chapter 39: Understanding flickr
Chapter 40: Understanding Tumblr