John F. Delaney
Social networks are transforming the Internet. Even the most conservative “brick and mortar” companies are rushing to establish a presence on Facebook, Twitter and other Web 2.0 platforms. Companies are finding, however, that these emerging social networks are raising complex, cutting edge legal issues. Learn what companies are doing to minimize the risks associated with the brave new world of social media.In this presentation, we will discuss:
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