Online Legal Issues: FaceBook, MySpace, blogging, etc.
Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, You Tube and blogging are increasingly becoming primary means of communication among individuals and businesses. The ability to share and exchange information with such ease is truly changing the way we work and play, but, at the same time, we need to stay aware of the legal foundations on which we build our work and play. It is, for instance, important to understand that because something appears on the Internet does not mean it is in the "public domain," available for anyone to use.
Important copyright issues are involved when we post a video or music clip in an online personal space, when we post photographs of people, whether famous or unknown, and when we offer links to other sites or to our own. Bloggers have the same copyright to their online material as authors do to their books.
Please join Jefferson Coulter, founder and owner of Coulter TM, as he talks about the new forms of common legal issues encountered with the use of online social networking/media sites and other forms of digital communication. Bring your questions!
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