The Perils of Social Media Under the Laws of the United States and Canada: A Cautious Tale for Lawyers and Clients
These are notes are from a panel presentation session at the American Bar Association 2011 conference in Toronto last Thursday. Panelists included Dominique Shelton, Wildmon Harrold, Beverly Hills, CA, Prof. Teresa Scassa, University of Ottawa, Research Chair of Information Law, Ottawa, ON, Dr. Ann T. Greeley, DecisionQuest, and Nicole Black, Rochester, NY . Note: these are my selected notes from this session; any inaccuracies or omissions are my own. I welcome your comments and follow-up thoughts!
Dominique Shelton – Overview on what is social media
Social media often involves the creation of “user generated content”, which . . . [more]